From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-08 15:45:38
On 1/7/2021 7:05 PM, Louis Tatta via Boost wrote:
> Hello Edward,
> I'm with the CPP Alliance. I'm working with Donovan to implement the Boost
> website changes and .'cxxstd'.
> Reading the messages on the boost mailing list, we see some changes
> requested and some asking not to implement the change. Can be a bit
> confusing on what is needed or wanted.
> Can we get a list of changes requested on the current implementation?
The initial change has been done correctly, which is to provide a "C++
standard minimum level" display field for each library which has its
JSON field of "cxxstd" set to some value. I also have agreed with Peter
Dimov's remark, which was also suggested earlier in this thread, that
the "Standard" display field for each library should be removed, since
it's meaning is obsolete and now also confusing. I have also suggested
that if we are removing the "Standard" display field we should also
remove the "Standard Proposals" and "TR1 libraries" sort categories,
which are likewise obsolete.
I personally think that since we now have a "C++ standard minimum level"
display field it would also be nice to be able to have a sort category
based on that display field called, let's say, "C++ Minimum".
> Thank You
> On Wed, Jan 6, 2021 at 6:16 PM Edward Diener via Boost <
> boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> On 1/6/2021 5:44 PM, Peter Dimov via Boost wrote:
>>> Donovan Dikaio wrote:
>>>> The updates to show "C++ standard minimum level" is just live here:
>>> Looking at this, I think that we need to drop the "Standard" part. It's
>>> mostly empty, the places it says things like "TR1" aren't helpful, and
>>> it's easy to misinterpret it as the minimum required C++ level.
>> I fully agree. Also the top line which give different views of the
>> library documentation can probably drop the "Standard Proposals" and
>> "TR1 libraries" views, since these are really obsolete by now.
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