Updated: boost-1.55.0-1

Yaakov Selkowitz yselkowitz@cygwin.com
Mon Sep 1 19:37:00 GMT 2014

The following packages have been updated for the Cygwin distribution:

* libboost-devel-1.55.0-1
* libboost_atomic1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_chrono1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_context1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_coroutine1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_date_time1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_filesystem1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_graph1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_iostreams1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_locale1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_log1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_math1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_program_options1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_python1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_python-devel-1.55.0-1
* libboost_python3_1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_python3-devel-1.55.0-1
* libboost_random1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_regex1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_serialization1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_signals1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_system1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_test1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_thread1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_timer1.55-1.55.0-1
* libboost_wave1.55-1.55.0-1

Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries.  It 
emphasize libraries that work well with the C++ Standard Library. Boost 
libraries are intended to be widely useful, and usable across a broad 
spectrum of applications.

This release includes the latest Fedora patchset with the following 
packaging changes:

- The context and coroutine libraries are now available;

- Each library (or related group thereof) has its own package;

- Library names are no longer tagged -mt (even though they are still 
multithreaded) for easier detection by configure/cmake/etc.;

- A debuginfo package is now available.

All packages which have runtime dependencies on boost libs have already 
been rebuilt.


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