Subject: Re: [boost] [winrt support] Adding support for Windows 8 store/phone to Boost libraries
From: Rob Stewart (robertstewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-04-26 05:47:25
On April 25, 2014 1:02:09 PM EDT, stgates <stgates_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>I work for Microsoft and weâve been taking a look at making a some of
>the libraries in Boost work in the Windows 8 store and phone 8
>runtime environment (WinRT).
>Iâm unfamiliar with the process for contributing back to Boost and
>like to know what is the best way to work, to contributing back these
>changes to each of the individual libraries? I see the documentation
>working with the git submodules
>the changes for each library are in a forked repository on a new branch
>called âwinrtâ from the âdevelopâ branch. For example the changes we've
>for the chrono library can be located here:
>Is the best way to proceed, or should I to just initiate a pull request
>the develop branch on each of the individual libraries?
Each library has its own maintainer(s), so changes must be via pull requests for the separate libraries. If changes have to be coordinated between more than one library, then you definitely need to post to this list, too.
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