From: Alexander Grund (alexander.grund_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-12-04 08:12:15
Am 03.12.20 um 21:44 schrieb Emil Dotchevski via Boost:
> I'm not disputing that long build times are a problem, in particular with
> MPL. My point is that not breaking MPL and libraries that use it has a big
> upside, and that we can't know how big of an upside that is until we break
> it, because people don't complain about things that work.
What do you mean by "breaking MPL"? In no way I was suggesting to remove
it or make it unusable. My suggestion was that it shouldn't be used by
Boost anymore. The expectation is, that it will remove some dependencies
and reduce compile times considerably.
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