From: Alexander Grund (alexander.grund_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-04 08:29:20
Am 29.12.20 um 18:44 schrieb Donovan Dikaio via Boost:
> Beta branch of the website has been updated.
> It shows the *C++ standard minimum level* just below *Standard* field with
> the value from *cxxstd* attribute if a valid one exists for a library.
Is there a link with how it looks like with current develop branch?
BTW: Thanks for *not* showing anything when the cxxstd attribute does
not exist. It was asked before to "assume C++03" in that case which I
(repeatably) argued before is wrong as it tells users "it will work for
you" when in fact it is missing any information and hence makes the
"C++03" label pretty much worthless. If the maintainer cares he/she can
now add the "03" to the library and be done.
As special cases with Boost.Math came up: How about allowing a string
value in the attribute so it can be e.g. "C++11 (mixed)" or something
similar to hint that not everything will work with C++11 but that is the
minimum supported level (note the "supported": C++03 might work but if
it is untested it might as well not and hence doesn't belong here)
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