Subject: Re: [boost] [modularization] request for a new modularization status for develop branch
From: Peter Dimov (lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-09-29 11:09:17
Robert Ramey wrote:
> Vicente Botet wrote
> > Hi Peter,
> > could you upload a new modularization status, as in
> > http://www.pdimov.com/tmp/report-d53f656/module-levels.html ?
> > Best,
> > Vicente
> I find this extremely interesting. Can we add this project to the boost
> tools as we have for BCP?
The tool itself is in tools/boostdep, but I haven't written any
> A couple of questions:
> a) Level 11 - looks like there's a cycle for the
> algorithm->range->algorithm and some others. But since this is by module
> I'm not sure this is true.
The range -> algorithm dependency has been removed by a recent pull request
from Stephen Kelly, so this cycle has at least been taken care of.
> b) of the different ways of counting dependency we've described - which is
> this? That is it just headers? or doesn't include the library
> c) Does this mean that to build a module at level N it is sufficient and
> necessary to have available all the modules at levels less than N ?
Not necessarily to build, as it only tracks headers. If you include a header
of level N, compilation should succeed if you have everything <= N
installed, assuming prebuilt or header-only libraries. In the absence of
cycles, it would be < N.
> d) probably off topic, but level 14 shows serialization dependent upon
> spirit. OK I get that. But it also shows spirit dependent upon
> serialization - what's up with that?
There is a newer report at
http://www.pdimov.com/tmp/report-d5ca5be/module-levels.html by the way.
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