Subject: [boost] big problem with dependency changes
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-06-16 01:23:33
Currently the master branch has a few problems. Here is one typical example.
My project uses the current master to provide boost libraries which I'm not
working on. One file has the statement
which fails to compile since boost/utility/enable_if.hpp has been moved to
This raises a few questions.
a) Isn't the master branch always supposed to be working?
b) There are a lot of intermediate checkins which break the master. Should
these be done an a branch and, once
they are believed to be all correct, merged in as a group. This would
support the concept a) above.
c) will I have to change code in the library I maintain to manually change
all occurrences of
d) Why are the tests on the master branch passing?
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