Subject: Re: [boost] Original STL Library Documentation has been recovered and is now safe forever.
From: Raffi Enficiaud (raffi.enficiaud_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-09-02 08:36:28
On 13.04.18 01:31, Robert Ramey via Boost wrote:
> The Standard Template Library is the foundation of modern C++. The
> creation and publication of this code and its documentation set a new
> standard for the formal specification of what a computer program should
> do, how it should be designed and how it should be formally documented.
> These pages were maintained first by Silicon Graphics and then later by
> Hewett-Packard. In January of 2018 these pages were removed by H-P. This
> is a historic blunder. I have recovered the original STL Library
> Document and hosted them here:
> Robert Ramey
First of all congratulations for providing this! I have a couple of
places in the boost.test documentation that linked to sgi.com. Those are
obviously today dead links.
Is it now a good practice to link to your copy? Why not copying that to
the boost.org website?
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