Mailing List Discussion Policy.
What's acceptable and what isn't.
Library Requirements and Guidelines.
Basic standards for those preparing a submission.
Guidelines for Libraries with Separate
Source. Basic tutorial for libraries that require the
building of a separate link library.
Writing Documentation for Boost. Basic guidelines for writing documentation and templates for quickly generating
documentation that follows the guidelines.
Test Policies and Protocols.
What tests must be in place for a Boost library.
Library Submission Process.
How to submit a library to Boost.
Library Formal Review Process.
Including how to submit a review comment.
Header Policy. Headers are where a
library contacts its users, so programming practices are particularly
Library Reuse. Should Boost
libraries use other boost libraries? What about the C++ Standard
Library? It's another trade-off.
Moderators. Who they are and what
License Information Information
about the Boost Software License.
Bibliography Print and online
publications relating to Boost and Boost libraries.
Who's Using Boost?
Products and organizations that are using Boost.
Formal Review Schedule
Future, current, and recently past Formal Reviews.
Proposal for a C++ Library Repository Web Site
The original 1998 proposal that launched Boost.
How to report bugs Ways to report Boost
How to request features Ways
to request new library features.
Articles and Papers
Coding Guidelines for Integral Constant
Expressions describes how to work through the maze of
compiler related bugs surrounding this tricky topic.
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