managed signals and slots library for C++
This package forms part of the Boost C++ Libraries collection.
Signals represent callbacks with multiple targets, and are also
called publishers or events in similar systems. Signals are connected
to some set of slots, which are callback receivers (also called event
targets or subscribers), which are called when the signal is
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* patches/lambda-include-deps.patch: New. Adapted from upstream
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* patches/boost-python-examples.patch: Remove "-mt" suffix from
libboost_python. Also patch examples/tutori
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