Boost C++ Libraries

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Changelog

2.17, Boost 1.71

New features:

[Note] Note

The default behavior with regard to trailing newlines has changed slightly compared to the previous Boost.Log releases. The backends will now only add a trailing newline if there isn't one in the formatted log message string already. In previous releases a newline was added unconditionally. In general, users are advised to configure their formatters so that the trailing newline is added there, if needed (e.g. by using auto_newline formatter), and disable the automatic trailing newline insertion in the sink backends. This feature mostly exists for backward compatibility and can be considered deprecated.

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2.16, Boost 1.70

New features:

2.15, Boost 1.69

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2.14, Boost 1.68

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2.13, Boost 1.67

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2.12, Boost 1.66

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2.11, Boost 1.65

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2.10, Boost 1.63

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2.9, Boost 1.62

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2.8, Boost 1.61

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2.7, Boost 1.60

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2.6, Boost 1.59

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2.5, Boost 1.58

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2.4, Boost 1.57

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2.3, Boost 1.56

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2.2, Boost 1.55

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2.1, Boost 1.54

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2.0, 13 April 2013

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Logging sources:

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Miscellaneous:

1.1, 02 December 2011

This release mostly fixes bugs in the code and documentation.

1.0, 09 May 2010

This release mostly fixes bugs in the code and documentation. The next major release (2.0) will contain breaking changes and feature additions. The 1.0 branch will not receive any feature updates.

Release Candidate 4, 08 Jan 2010

Release Candidate 3, 08 Feb 2009

Release Candidate 2

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