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Subject: Re: [boost] [Git] Documentation for Git and Modular Boost conversion
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-11 13:27:03

> * GitHub.? exercise? and other links are broken?

works for me

> * Layout of directory structure seems a significantly different structure
> to most Boost libraries,
> with boost_1-0-99/boost and boost_1-0-99/libs (as referenced
> Is this intended?

changed directory structure is required because of each library becomes a
submodule and therefore can reside in its own git-repo

> * Where do example and doc (and build and src go)?
> * Surely no library project (however simple) should exist without /doc and
> /example (and /test)
> folders?

<repo-roo>/libs/<library xyz>/ ...

> * Has anyone actually used these instructions yet?
> (Some previous Boost instructions didn't actually work if you followed
> them blindly :-(

yes - works very nice for me

> * These instructions don't guide a user with an IDE Visual Studio,
> NetBeans, Eclipse ... on how to
> set up their project so that it can be easily transferred from (and to)
> the development tool.

{ klicki-bunti :^) }

depends on your development IDE - use google

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