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boost1.39 (1.39.0-4) unstable; urgency=low
Since only one (the multi-threaded) variant of each library is built,
upstream elected to simplify the library name by removing the
redundant "-mt" decoration. Debian will follow this convention, to
remain compatible at link time with other vendors. The preferred form
of the link option is now "-lboost_regex", etc.
In response to the D
boost1.42 (1.42.0-4) unstable; urgency=low
* rules: Copy "doc" directories to $htmldir with --parents option so
that they end up in the right place. Closes: #586578.
* patches/lambda-include-deps.patch: New. Adapted from upstream
changeset 61881. Closes: #581706.
* patches/boost-python-examples.patch: Remove "-mt" suffix from
libboost_python. Also patch examples/tutori
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