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From:Warren Young Date:January 12 2007 8:38pm
Subject:Re: MySQL++ and Boost
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Chris Frey wrote:
> 
> But as the interest in Boost is for the threads, copying Boost threads support
> into mysql++ means copying library functionality.  If I understand the
> issues correctly, this means binary bloat for apps that use both libraries.

Yep.  It's not a simple decision.

> <back into lurk mode/>

Hey, stop that....get back here!  :)  Unless, that is, you were going 
back to work on packarray so I could slide it into v2.2 real quick, that 
is.  >:)
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v2.2 release planWarren Young9 Jan
  • RE: v2.2 release planJoel Fielder10 Jan
    • RE: v2.2 release planMatt Dargavel10 Jan
      • RE: v2.2 release planMatt Dargavel10 Jan
        • Re: v2.2 release planPedro Lamarão10 Jan
    • Re: v2.2 release planWarren Young12 Jan
      • Re: v2.2 release planJoel Fielder12 Jan
        • Re: v2.2 release planWarren Young12 Jan
          • RE: v2.2 release planMatt Dargavel12 Jan
            • Re: v2.2 release planWarren Young12 Jan
      • MySQL++ and BoostPedro Lamarão12 Jan
        • Re: MySQL++ and BoostWarren Young12 Jan
          • Re: MySQL++ and BoostPedro Lamarão12 Jan
            • Re: MySQL++ and BoostWarren Young12 Jan
              • Re: MySQL++ and BoostChris Frey12 Jan
                • Re: MySQL++ and BoostWarren Young12 Jan
RE: MySQL++ and BoostJim Wallace12 Jan
  • Re: MySQL++ and BoostWarren Young12 Jan
  • RE: MySQL++ and BoostSteve Orton12 Jan
RE: MySQL++ and BoostJim Wallace12 Jan