From: Karl Meerbergen (Karl.Meerbergen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-10 07:15:16
Thomas Klimpel wrote:
>> Excellent! I currently get my bindings from the subversion repository
> in boost-sandbox.
>> I get the feeling that these updated bindings are not in the sandbox,
> but in another location.
> The boost-sandbox is good, but the sources are split between
> boost/numeric/bindings and libs/numeric/bindings. This a bit dangerous,
> because "libs/numeric/bindings" may be ignored, also it contains the
> regression tests and the documentation.
> The bindings from http://mathema.tician.de/software/boost-bindings are
> better packaged.
>> Where is the best place to get the most updated files?
> I hope that there is not much difference in this respect between the two
The co-existence of other repositories of the bindings is dangerous. I
would encourage new bindings (after testing) to be installed in the
I have added hseqr to the boost-bindings repository.
Please check all is ok.