Boost Interest :
Subject: [Boost-cmake] When will the CMake contributions make their way to Boost upstream?
From: Denis Arnaud (denis.arnaud_boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-01-27 12:31:25
first, some good news: the packaging of Boost for Fedora/RedHat with CMake
has been officially approved (
https://fedorahosted.org/fesco/ticket/317) by the Fedora steering comity
(FESCo) yesterday :)
1. Also, they would like some more information on how and when the
Boost-CMake effort will be incorporated within upstream Boost. Would anyone
know more about that?
2. A new bug has just been opened on the Boost.MPI (and Boost.Graph,
depending on MPI as well) packaging part:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=559009. I still foresee two
2.1. The ability of Boost.MPI (and Boost.Graph) to build with OpenMPI
without manually hard-coding the path to OpenMPI (
2.2. The undefined symbols in the Boost.MPI Python module (mpi.so library:
Any comment, update, feedback would be welcome.
Thanks in advance