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Re: Boost website changes and .'cxxstd`

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Hi Edward, you're right. The beta website link is https://beta.boost.org/

FYI, there is a file 'libraries.txt' in the source codes which contains all
the libraries info.
It looks like that it can be generated by a site tool.

To my codes review, there exist multiple records for a library for various
versions in the above text file. And the codes check and compare a library
record’s version info with the current version, and pick one matching a
condition.

There is no record with 'cxxstd' field at the text file for beta website
but for main site.
Unfortunately, there is no one to match version comparison condition for
main site as well at the moment.

The updates codes of beta website will only show 'C++ standard minimum
level' with 'cxxstd' value only if a 'cxxstd' value exists.

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On 12/30/2020 10:52 AM, Donovan Dikaio via Boost wrote:
> Hi Edward, you're right. The beta website link is https://beta.boost.org/
>
> FYI, there is a file 'libraries.txt' in the source codes which contains all
> the libraries info.
> It looks like that it can be generated by a site tool.

How is "libraries.txt" generated ?

>
> To my codes review, there exist multiple records for a library for various
> versions in the above text file. And the codes check and compare a library
> record’s version info with the current version, and pick one matching a
> condition.
>
> There is no record with 'cxxstd' field at the text file for beta website
> but for main site.
> Unfortunately, there is no one to match version comparison condition for
> main site as well at the moment.

I do not understand what you are saying. Isn't the idea to generate
"libraries.txt" for the beta website somehow ? Once "libraries.txt" is
generated for the beta website, will your code now show the correct
'cxxstd' information ? Do realize that 'cxxstd' has been updated on the
'develop' branch for the C++11 on up libraries. Maybe the website needs
for the code to be updated in the 'master' branch in order to pick up
the 'cxxstd' value for a library. I did put in a 'cxxstd' value of '03'
for the libraries I maintain, preprocessor, vmd, and tti, in both the
'develop' and 'master' branch, so this should be picked up by your code.

>
> The updates codes of beta website will only show 'C++ standard minimum
> level' with 'cxxstd' value only if a 'cxxstd' value exists.


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