From: Emil Dotchevski (emildotchevski_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-11-27 23:25:41
Deleting support for C++11 and older versions means breaking user code.
Therefore, forking means fracturing of the community. I don't see how this
is helpful to the users.
Further: are you saying that there is something wrong with some libraries
that are part of Boost becoming standard in the future? How are we going to
deal with the resulting two versions later on? Fork again? No, we'll deal
with it the same way we deal with e.g. boost::error_code/std::error_code
today (as an aside, it is notable that users who use exception handling
don't have this specific problem, because exception types are not coupled
with function signatures).
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