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boost - The free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries

License: Boost and MIT and Python
Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries.  The
emphasis is on libraries which work well with the C++ Standard
Library, in the hopes of establishing "existing practice" for
extensions and providing reference implementations so that the Boost
libraries are suitable for eventual standardization. (Some of the
libraries have already been included in the C++ 2011 standard and
others have been proposed to the C++ Standards Committee for inclusion
in future standards.)


boost-1.54.0-7.el6.x86_64 [32 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2013-12-01):
- Fix shameful blunders in implementation of the previous fix: don't
  hard-code path to has_atomic_flag_lockfree binary; use m4 instead of
  cpp, cpp in F19+ prefixes output with a bunch of comments.
boost-1.50.0-1.el6.x86_64 [25 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2012-07-26):
- Upstream 1.50
  - boost-cmake-soname.patch drop, upstream handles soname well, and
    we haven't been doing manual numbering for several years now
  - boost-1.48.0-cmakeify-full.patch drop, not necessary for bjam
  - Rebase many patches, port others, courtesy of Denis Arnaud:
    - boost-1.48.0-exceptions.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-lexical_cast-incomplete.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-gcc47-pthreads.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-long-double.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-xtime.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-locale.patch drop
    - boost-1.48.0-signals-erase.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-fix-non-utf8-files.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-foreach.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-attribute.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-long-double-1.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-polygon.patch port
    - boost-1.48.0-pool.patch port

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