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Subject: [Boost-commit] svn:boost r61351 - trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc
From: daniel_james_at_[hidden]
Date: 2010-04-18 08:17:37

Author: danieljames
Date: 2010-04-18 08:17:36 EDT (Sun, 18 Apr 2010)
New Revision: 61351

Fix links for string algorithm to range documentation.
Text files modified:
   trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/design.xml | 2 +-
   trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/usage.xml | 8 ++++----
   2 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

Modified: trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/design.xml
--- trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/design.xml (original)
+++ trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/design.xml 2010-04-18 08:17:36 EDT (Sun, 18 Apr 2010)
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
             <emphasis role="bold">Definition:</emphasis> A string is a
- <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/range.html">range</ulink> of characters accessible in sequential
+ <ulink url="../../libs/range/index.html">range</ulink> of characters accessible in sequential
             ordered fashion. Character is any value type with "cheap" copying and assignment.

Modified: trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/usage.xml
--- trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/usage.xml (original)
+++ trunk/libs/algorithm/string/doc/usage.xml 2010-04-18 08:17:36 EDT (Sun, 18 Apr 2010)
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
                     The magic of <ulink url="../../libs/range/index.html">Boost.Range</ulink>
                     provides a uniform way of handling different string types.
                     If there is a need to pass a pair of iterators,
- <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/utility_class.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>
+ <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/html/range/utilities/iterator_range.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>
                     can be used to package iterators into a structure with a compatible interface.
@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@
             We have used <functionname>find_last()</functionname> to search the <code>text</code> for "ll".
- The result is given in the <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/utility_class.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>.
+ The result is given in the <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/html/range/utilities/iterator_range.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>.
             This range delimits the
             part of the input which satisfies the find criteria. In our example it is the last occurrence of "ll".
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@
             <ulink url="../../libs/range/index.html">Boost.Range</ulink>.
             The following lines transform the result. Notice that
- <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/utility_class.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink> has familiar
+ <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/html/range/utilities/iterator_range.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink> has familiar
             <code>begin()</code> and <code>end()</code> methods, so it can be used like any other STL container.
             Also it is convertible to bool therefore it is easy to use find algorithms for a simple containment checking.
@@ -264,7 +264,7 @@
             the find iterator allows us to iterate over the substrings matching the specified criteria.
             This facility is using the <link linkend="string_algo.finder_concept">Finder</link> to incrementally
             search the string.
- Dereferencing a find iterator yields an <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/utility_class.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>
+ Dereferencing a find iterator yields an <ulink url="../../libs/range/doc/html/range/utilities/iterator_range.html"><code>boost::iterator_range</code></ulink>
             object, that delimits the current match.

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