Subject: Re: [boost] [compond_file_binary] Gauging interest in a possible library submission.
From: Alexander Voitenko (tarmik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-05 04:09:48
> ie a common interface with "pluggable" back-ends for various formats.
> Would that be possible?
I think yes, but with some restrictions, because some formats have unique
specific features that are not shared among another formats.
What is the boost policy about depending on a third-party software? Of
course, I do not want to reinvent the wheel and write yet another
implementation of zlib library.
> That would seem more "Boost-ish" to me.
Yes, I completely agree that this will be more "Boost-ish" and my current
implementation lacks of some generality. So, probably, at this point I will
release my library as free-standing code on a resource like GitHub or
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