[C++-sig] Minimum CVS update for Boost.Python
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Dec 12 00:53:06 CET 2002
"William Trenker" <wtrenker at hotmail.com> writes:
> I've got a wonderful 33.6K modem connection to the Internet (aren't
> I lucky). I've downloaded the entire boost CVS tree but, for now,
> want to just keep the Python parts current. Boost.Python seems to
> be located in 2 subdirectories: the guts are in boost/libs/python,
> and the includes are in boost/boost/python. Are those the only
> directories I have to update?
I wouldn't count on it. Boost.Python is being updated concurrently
with other parts of Boost, and I do plan to use new features of other
library components. I'm afraid I can't easily give you a limited
summary of all the other directories that Boost.Python might need, but
I can say that a recursive update in boost/boost and boost/libs/python
is likely to be enough.
Using the -z9 option to enable full compression during CVS operations
could also have a significant positive impact.
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