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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] timeconv.inl
From: Daniel Krügler (dsp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-17 03:10:46
Dan Smithers wrote:
> I am porting some inherited code to MSVS 2008
> This is also bringing along an upgrade from boost 1.32 to a newer
> version (probably 1.37).
> I have found a thread wrapper class in the code that uses time_to
> directly. This is defined in lib/thread/src/timeconv.inl and doesn't
> look like its meant to be used directly.
I agree with the last assertion. I'm not sure that I correctly
understand with "I have found a thread wrapper class in the code that
uses time_to directly"?! In which code or in which wrapper class?
> The original code base has timeconv.inl in the boost include directory.
> Was timeconv.inl moved at some point in the past?
> Is this as bad as I think it is?
I don't see the (bad) point - timeconv.inl was already part of
the implementation of boost 1.32, so it's existence or it's precise
location shouldn't influence your code [Note that the helper functions
are simply wrapped into an unnamed namespace w/o further surrounding
It's now located in duplicated form in lib/thread/src/win32
and lib/thread/src/pthread. Whether this is intended, I don't know,
but it also shouldn't harm.
Greetings from Bremen,
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