From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-20 19:37:51
Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> I *really* like Boost Jam (BBv2). I am using it for a project at work,
> and it is really cool and has helped us prototype stuff very quickly.
> I use some of the newer features that I and Alexander Kabaev have contributed
> ( SHELL, multiple directory source-location) quite heavily for
> a huge C++ project.
> For my project I want to write a document as to what version of BBv2
> to use. I have a few questions:
> - is there going to be a next milestone/snapshot release of BBv2,
> independent of the next release of Boost? It's easier for me
> to say use XXX milestone version or higher, rather than writing a document
> telling people to get the latest stuff from CVS.
For Boost.Jam (bjam), yes. The current CVS version that bjam reports is
3.1.11 will shortly be released as a package just like the 3.1.10
version is. I tend to do that close to the releases of Boost so that
when Boost is release we can tell people exactly what you want to say,
to use such and such a version. But by the same token the CVS version
will become 3.1.12 shortly after the Boost release so we can make some
change that are going to be incompatible with BBv1. And I don't really
have a clue when we would put that release out. So that's Boost.Jam,
Boost.Build.2 is another story. Volodya would have to speak as to when
he is planning to do a milestone release.
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