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Boost Software License seems to extend disclaimer of warranty automatically but the author says it doesn't

Here is a copy of the Boost software license. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person or organization obtaining a copy of the software and accompanying documentation covered by ...
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Good practice using signals and event driven system

I am using signals (specifically Boost signals2) to create an event driven protocol API and model. Most elements have their own signals, and there are usually multiple of each element. Consider a ...
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Representation of time expanded graph

I want to build a time expanded graph with time discretization Dt that starts at t = 0 and ends at t = T where between the node (n1, t) and the node (n2, t') is an arc if and only if (n1, n2) were ...
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Performance overhead of standard containers and boost [closed]

Adap.TV has chosen C++ to develop their software. However, they've decided not to use the standard containers1 and boost for performance reasons, as they've blogged about it in the following article: ...
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How do objects fit into modern C++ (stl, policy-classes, functional) style?

I'm a bit confused so the question is a bit confusing. TL;dr: how to mix STL and OOP? From the comment to Best overview to modern C++ paradigms? and ...
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Serializing network messages

I am writing a network wrapper around boost::asio and was wondering what is a good and simple way to serialize my messages. I have a message factory which can take care of dispatching the data to the ...
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How can I implement a database TableView like thing in C++?

How can I implement a TableView like thing in C++? I want to emulating a tiny relation database like thing in C++. I have data tables, and I want to transform it somehow, so I need a TableView like ...
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C++ Multithreading on Unix

I have two related questions: Are there any good books for multithreading in C++, especially now that C++11 contains multithreading in the standard library? I have the Wrox Programming on Unix book ...
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Guidelines for using BOOST

I am planning to use boost libraries, as it is quiet rich, and will save lots of time. But my question is, what are the guidelines i have to follow, so that I can replace some part of boost with ...
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What are the personal benefits from writing a boost library

Among the reasons for a developer to publish a self-written library as open source library, there is definitely fame. Now when it comes to Boost Libraries, they are available and promoted in a very ...
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Unix as opposed to Windows (Java and C++) [closed]

Firstly I should explain the background. I am interested in high frequency trading programming roles. After looking at many job specs it is very clear that there is a big demand for programmers who ...
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Is there any Boost equivalent library for C?

Is there any Boost equivalent library for C?
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Thread class design?

I have a method like this in my UI code: void MyDialog::OnCommandSaveData() { std::list<MyClass*> objects; service_->GetAll(objects); dataService_->SaveObjects(objects); ...
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Where to start learning to use the Boost libraries?

Boost has recently become available on the project on which I'm working, and I don't have much experience with it. The library has so many parts and features that it's hard to know where to get ...
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Will the portions of Boost that are incorporated into the new C++ standard continue to be developed?

What will happen to the portions of the Boost library that are incorporated into the new C++ standard? Will they continue to evolve and any changes be reincorporated into the standard which follows ...