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Subject: Re: [boost] [log] Most recent version
From: Alexander Arhipenko (arhipjan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-08 06:45:16

On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 11:11 AM, Andrey Semashev
<andrey.semashev_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> [snip]
> ...
>> The code is taken from:
>> And currently I consider 3 options:
>> branches/v1
> This is the most recent version 1.x of Boost.Log. It is no longer developed
> but is is the most stable version.
>> branches/bleeding-edge
> This is the work in progress for v2 of the library. This is the closest
> thing to what v2 will eventually be and to what will be included to Boost.
> Currently, the code compiles and shaped more or less. However, it may not
> compile at times and barely tested as this is where development is going on.
>> trunk
> This is some intermediate v2 that is more stable than bleeding-edge. It is
> slightly outdated now, I'm planning to merge bleeding-edge to trunk some
> time soon.
> The all three versions have source-incompatible differences but in the long
> run the bleeding-edge interface is what you should be aimed for if you plan
> to update to newer versions of the library. If you only want some stable
> version for one time use, you can use the current trunk or v1.

Hi Andrey,

Thanks for clarification. I think we'll stick with v1
and update to the v2 after inclusion into Boost.

Could you please point to up-to-date documentation?
I've found this one:
But code samples found on a page:
seems to be out of date, e.g.
statement lg.strm()<<"message" fails to compile.


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