Subject: Re: [boost] Status of various Boost initiatives?
From: Dave Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-07-15 11:46:19
on Wed Jun 26 2013, Mathias Gaunard <mathias.gaunard-AT-ens-lyon.org> wrote:
> On 23/06/13 22:59, Robert Ramey wrote:
>> Robert Ramey wrote:
>>> I'm trying to get a handle on the current state of the various boost
>>> migrations which have been underway.
>>> a) migration to GIT
>>> b) migration to CMake
>>> c) status of rypll
>>> when I try to track this down I find many dead links, repeated
>>> information. I also don't find some blogs I used to be able to find on
>>> Anyone up to provide an current status snapshot?
>>> Robert Ramey
>> For example
>> a) https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/wiki/CMakeModularizationStatus has a
>> bunch of dead links
>> b) what used to be www.rypll.org now seems to be
>> c) this looks like cmake for boost https://github.com/boost-cmake
>> c) https://bitbucket.org/boostorg looks to contain the same information or ?
>> In general, very, very confusing
> AFAIK migration to git (with modularized repositories) is ongoing,
> validation of all contributors has been requested.
> The other projects are on hold until the migration to git is done.
* FWIW, http://ryppl.org (only one "l") is still live.
* http://bitbucket.org/boostorg contains the same information as
http://github.com/boostorg, **as we originally announced**, because it
has a potentially more-useful history browser that some might prefer
using to review the modularization. Also someone recently checked
some enormous files into the SVN sandbox, which prevents us from
pushing the sandbox module to github.
-- Dave Abrahams
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