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Regular expressions are a form of pattern-matching that are often used in text processing; many users will be familiar with the Unix utilities grep, sed and awk, and the programming language perl, each of which make extensive use of regular expressions. Traditionally C++ users have been limited to the POSIX C APIs for manipulating regular expressions, and while regex does provide these APIs, they do not represent the best way to use the library. For example regex can cope with wide character strings, or search and replace operations (in a manner analogous to either sed or perl), something that traditional C libraries can not do.
Help Save the World ------------------- Boost is a fairly extensive set of libraries, of which I personally use but a very small part. I greatly appreciate folks that send patches to the BTS. Please do have a look at the outstanding bug reports and send me hints or patches if you have extra information. Getting Started --------------- One of the main goals of Boost is source portability acro more»
boost1.35 (1.35.0-5) unstable; urgency=low * debian/rules: Build using -DBOOST_SP_USE_PTHREADS for armel. -- Steve M. Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 23 May 2008 00:32:17 -0500 boost1.35 (1.35.0-4) unstable; urgency=low * debian/rules: Fix syntax error creating user-config.jam; the final semicolon needs a space before it. Closes: #481971. -- Steve M. Robbins <email@example.com> Mon, 1 more»
This software is a collection of libraries from the Boost.org site. The libraries use various licenses that fall under these guidelines: License requirements Must be simple to read and understand. Must grant permission to copy, use and modify the software for any use (commercial and non-commercial) for no fee. Must require that the license appear on all copies of the software more»