From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-22 13:56:45
On 1/22/2021 8:06 AM, Alexander Grund via Boost wrote:
>> I have slogged through the task of creating PRs for all Boost
>> libraries, even the very many C++03 minimum standard libraries, so
>> that each library would have a 'cxxstd' value in their JSON meta
>> information. It is up to the various library maintainers if they want
>> to accept the PR or not, and a great many of them already have.
>> Hopefully the final result will be that all Boost libraries will show
>> a âC++ Standard Minimum Levelâ in the documentation page. For those
>> libraries that do not want to show such information, and ignore my PR
>> for that library, end-users can ask the library maintainer(s) directly
>> what the C++ Standard Minimum Level" is through the libraries Github
> Thanks a lot for your efforts and I'm certain this is the best approach.
>> I do recall seeing somewhere in the Boost website an explanation of
>> the meaning of the various fields shown for each library's
>> documentation, but I can not recall where this is anymore.
> See https://www.boost.org/development/library_metadata.html
Thanks, that is where I saw the explanations. That is a static page so I
will update that myself with a PR.
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