On 23 March 2014 18:34, Edward Diener <eldiener@tropicsoft.com> wrote:
On 3/21/2014 8:58 AM, Filip Konvička wrote:


This is out there for years.  To me this seems to be clearly explained
and a fix is provided, but apparently all bugs assigned to 'bgubenko'
aren't monitored (for years there has been no reaction).

So is there a way of getting the fix ever applied?  Or are such
unmaintained libraries just doomed to eventually die, despite the
efforts of the people reporting bugs and posting patches?


You could do a pull request for the interval library on the 'develop' branch. If the maintainer of 'interval' does not respond to that, then Boost could look for a co-maintainer who would do so. Also I suggest that you add an interval test as part of your pull request that shows the bug and that also shows that your fix is working.


If enough people get involved, the new boost-maint list will be a good place to discuss things like this: