Subject: Re: [boost] [git] Near future.. How do we deal with git-native libraries?
From: Daniel James (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-04 16:32:00
On 4 January 2014 21:22, Karsten Ahnert <karsten.ahnert_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 01/04/2014 10:16 PM, Daniel James wrote:
>> On 4 January 2014 21:06, Karsten Ahnert <karsten.ahnert_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>>> It isn't appropriate for new libraries. It's just for a library that
>>>> was in subversion, but was really using git already. I think the only
>>>> examples are predef and odeint. We should sort out odeint very soon.
>>> Sorry, what do you mean by sort out?
>> Sort out what how we're going to import odeint from your git repo into boost's.
>>> Should I try to apply the above
>>> procedure for creating the branch to the boostorg/odeint repo?
>> Not yet, the problem is that you're currently using a different
>> repository layout to the boost submodules. It's up to you how you want
>> to approach that, if you're happy to change the module layout then
>> that's simplest for us. But if that's a problem we'll have to work out
>> another way.
> I don't think it is a big problem for us to change our module layout
> since odeint is header-only. There are users which use our github
> version, but it should no be very difficult for them to change to the
> new module structure, since it just an adjustment of the include path.
> I think that's the better way since both repositories should be more or
> less equal.
Ok, that would be good. You also need to get write access, can you
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