Subject: Re: [boost] [Boost Library Incubator] Unable to submit library
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-07-21 11:16:10
Paul A. Bristow-2 wrote
> The issue of generated (mainly html) files in GIT is still a nuisance.
I totally disagree with this.
> If you are a sole developer, then it is quite easy - you simply include
> all the
> /doc folder with /html etc in GIT.
> But if you are developing *with* someone else, these generated files are a
> You have keep reverting the /html files every time you want to GIT pull.
> And you have push the updated docs every time too - and these may be quite
> I don't see a better way round this yet. Ideas?
I don't see any problem here at all. From time to time the html files will
get of sync with the *.qbk files. To sync them up, one of the developers
generates the new html and pushes it to the master branch - game over
and easy as pie. Best of all - nothing more to distribute. Anyone using
the incubator link will automatically be using the most recent version
on the master branch.
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