From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-07 04:21:49
On Saturday 25 March 2006 01:35, Amin Kharchi wrote:
> > BTW, M9.1 is pretty old itself, there's M10 out there already available
> > for download.
> I have tried M10 and its the same problem as M9.1: it works different as
> the documentation says. So I now use the release from the last Boost
> http://boost.org/boost-build2 is sadly unusable.
> The nightly build is not downloadable. I have tried it yesterday and
> today, but nothing happens if I click the zip archive link.
Hmm, many people report successfully using the nightly build.
> The starting page says in the download paragraph:
> "Boost.Build releases are also available. There's zip archive"
> But the linked zip archive is the M9.1 from November 2003 wich I first
> downloaded. Thats a pitfall.
True. I've just fixed this.
> The linked M10 milestone in the top right corner is from oktober 2004.
> It's useless with the current documentation.
> Isn't it possible to update the bbv2 website with new up-to-date
> releases and links?
First of all, we need to make a new release. Sorry that it takes so long, but
it requires several hours that I could not find yet.
> BBv2 is a greate build tool, but the website is a fail. :-(
> I'm currently writing a _german_ BBv2 tutorial because I like BBv2.
Cool! Keep us updated.
> I'm looking forward for a better BBv2 website.
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