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Subject: Re: [boost] Adding gil extensions to boost_release
From: Daniel James (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-03-26 06:29:41

On 26 March 2013 00:46, Christian Henning <chhenning_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Looking the, it still a forwarding html file from
>> 'libs/gil/io/index.html'.
> There is a index.html in libs\gil\io\doc\html. Is that ok?

No, there's a conventional location for library index files so that
they're easy to link to. Once released you should be able to find the
library by going to ''. I'll add it
for you later.

>> Also, from the inspection report:
>> libs/gil/io/doc/html/gil/io/running_gil__io_tests.html:
>> (line 31) Broken link: ../../chhenning
> This is some sort of funny case created by the documentation system.
> In my qbk file I declare a link:
> [def _EMAIL_ [@chhenning ** @ **]]
> which then is translated into:
> **@ **
> Is there some prefix for email address?

If you want to link to your email address, use:


If you want to obfuscate it, you probably shouldn't make it a link, or
people might realise when they click on it.

>> Other than that, the test results aren't running so I haven't been
>> able to look at them. Has this been added to the teste results.
> What do you mean?

So that they show up in the results linked from:

You can do this by adding your library to 'status/Jamfile.v2'

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