I'm still unclear on a release specific aspect: Are there proper release
tarballs somewhere (as used to be on think-async.com) or shall I use the
github tars (with all its gotchas) for packaging the Debian asio package?
On 08/01/2013 03:28 PM, Markus Wanner wrote:
> I've recently stepped up as a maintainer of the asio package for Debian.
> Unfortunately, I missed pretty much anything beyond 1.4.8, because
> that's still what think-async.com, sourceforge.not, Google and Wikipedia
> know about.
> Granted, I wasn't subscribed to any mailing list, either. But given the
> above, I'm unclear whether or not the SF mailing list is actually used.
> To find out, I subscribed just now.
> On 08/01/2013 11:10 AM, Mathieu Malaterre wrote:
>> As far as I understand asio is not distributed within sf.net anymore. sf.net only ships 1.4.8 (released in 2011). While github contains:
>> I am not clear where asio 1.10.0 is taken, as per latest boost:
>> [Asio 1.10.0 / Boost 1.54]
> Can you please clarify?
> Do you plan to ship actual releases (i.e. tar balls) or is it going to
> be just a git tag in the future?
> Overall, I'm glad asio didn't get stuck at 1.4.8, but continues to be
> developed. Please consider promoting it better.
> Markus Wanner