Subject: Re: [boost] When Boost modularization and Git migration coupling were accepted on this ML?
From: Stephen Kelly (steveire_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-10-21 04:35:23
On 10/19/2013 12:12 PM, Vicente J. Botet Escriba wrote:
> Who accepted the plan described by S. Kelly ?
The plan existed only in my head.
Phase 0 was discussed, partly executed, and then aborted.
Phase 1 was discussed, but was not accepted.
The other phases were not discussed or accepted.
I hope that clears something up for you.
> Le 18/10/13 00:24, Stephen Kelly a écrit :
>> my plan for modularizing and modernizing Boost was roughly this:
>> * Phase 0 - remove dead weight by bumping compiler feature requirements
>> * Phase 1 - move some files around so that the modularized repos form a
>> mostly directed graph
>> * Phase 2 - Form some kind of 'boost core library' or 'boost feature
>> normalization library' from the guts of existing libraries like
>> type_traits, static_assert, config mpl and utilities.
>> * Phase 3 - Try to port the mpl to variadic templates so that the
>> dependency on Boost.PP is not needed when variadic templates are
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