From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-22 08:45:42
Andrey Melnikov <melnikov_at_[hidden]> writes:
> If the general idea is good, what about this:
> If your platform isn't in the list, or if you
> downloaded the latest Boost beta sources from CVS instead of an
I prefer "are using a copy of the Boost sources that is still under
active development," since this does not only apply to "beta" and it
does not only apply to "the latest" and because a development state
of the sources may have been acquired other than through CVS,
e.g. from some administrator that did the CVS and then produced a
tarball, and because we're going to switch off of CVS soon anyway.
> official Boost release, you need to locate jam_src folder and run
> build.bat on Windows or build.sh on *nix. If bjam executable isn't
> built, see detailed instructions in Installation Guide.
Other than those remarks, I like it.
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