From: Alexander Grund (alexander.grund_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-06-15 12:19:42
>> The verdict of the review was to merge double_ended into container - a
>> wise decision. However, it'd require the original c++11 library to be
>> converted to a c++03 library - I didn't have the taste for that.
I'd solve this by declaring Boost.Container to be C++11 and include
Double-Ended in it.
It's almost a decade since its publication so even conservatively taken
it is "old enough" to require it. And library maintainers are free to do
> I apologize for not having spotted that. You possibly read, what I was
> willing to consider to do, yes, a very good reason to drop your tools. In
> 2020, writing C++14 has become painful in hindsight, i.e. not a very good
> invest of time, support C++03, anything other than the latest really.
True. However I'm quite happy with C++14 so far and having to resort to
C++11 then is not that hard unless you need constexpr all they way down
And IMO Boost should provide extended support for older standards. So
I'd recommend going from C++03 to 11 or 14. The latter might be an issue
with older MSVCs which lack behind in 14 but are quite complete in 11.
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