Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] [boostbook] Boostbook error when generating documentation for a member typedef with a description
From: Frank Mori Hess (frank.hess_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-05 22:08:03
On Thursday 04 October 2007 20:15 pm, Rene Rivera wrote:
> Yes please... A note for the IBD team... Doing a bunch of changes to
> BoostBook on the side is fine as it lets people see what changes
> look/behave like collectively. But we really need small individual
> patches against the trunk so we can incrementally evaluate and apply them.
Is that the plan? I don't mind submitting the changes I've made to boost_docs
as patches to the trunk, although I got the impression from Matias he was
expecting something more like a mini-review would happen eventually, and then
all the boostbook changes in boost_docs would get merged. I wouldn't want to
bother with creating a bunch of small patches if that is going to happen.
Also, has any clear maintainer for boostbook emerged? What happens when I
post a patch and no one has anything to say about it? Can I declare "Qui
tacet consentit" after a week or so and commit it to the trunk anyways?
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