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From: Evan Carew (carew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-05 13:55:45

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David Abrahams wrote:

>Evan Carew <carew_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>David Abrahams wrote:
>>>"Hickman, Greg" <greg.hickman_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>>>>Foster Brereton
>>>>>Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 5:20 PM
>>>>>I have found the mailing list archives proved helpful, but
>>>>>took an inordinate amount of time to search through. Is it
>>>>>possible to take threads in the mailing lists that look
>>>>>something like this:
>>>>>- A: I have problem XYZ
>>>>>- B-Z: Oh, you need to do this
>>>>>- A: That fixed it, thanks!
>>>>>and convert them to a FAQ or additional documentation?
>>>>How about encouraging Boost library developers to maintain
>>>>library-specific FAQs along with their respective library documentation?
>>>How about it? We already do.
>>Technically true, however, frequently and functionally misleading.
>How about encouraging library developers to improve their FAQs?
>>There have been few libraries I have used recently where I didn't have
>>to call this list for help. While I have always received a degree of
>>help which has been useful to me, I routinely see other threads where
>>a programmer with a question doesn't seem to connect with the
>>respondents (the latest threads about bjam & python being good examples).
>Hm, those are my responsibility, to some degree. Which threads
try the following:

Re: [Boost-users] boost python (compiling an extension)

Evan Carew
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