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Boost and austria C++

My apologies in advance if any one is offended by this post. I have an
unstable job in a start up company and thought of sharpening my skill
sets. I noticed that many companies are asking for boost and austria
C++ library knowledge. I am thinking of using that in my
project/learning them.

For the past 20 months , I developed a fairly complex real time multi
threaded (Posix threads) daemon in C++ using Berkeley DB, sockets, C++
concepts like templates, exceptions, auto_ptrs, virtual fns etc. All I
used was standard C++ library available with g++ on linux and solaris
and pthread and socket libraries

My question is this what does these libraries provide that is not
available in the standard libraries. I saw that boost provides a graph
class.

Jul 23 '05 #1
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ni****@yahoo.com wrote:
My apologies in advance if any one is offended by this post. I have an
unstable job in a start up company and thought of sharpening my skill
sets. I noticed that many companies are asking for boost and austria
C++ library knowledge.
....
My question is this what does these libraries provide that is not
available in the standard libraries. I saw that boost provides a graph
class.


Have you looked at their websites? This page describes the Boost libraries:

http://www.boost.org/libs/libraries.htm

Many core Boost libraries have been included in the first library technical
report (TR1) and are expected to be included in the next version of the C++
standard library, unless they are superceded by more general components.

Someone else will have to answer regarding Austria.

Jonathan
Jul 23 '05 #2
Jonathan Turkanis wrote:
ni****@yahoo.com wrote:
My question is this what does these libraries provide that is not
available in the standard libraries. I saw that boost provides a graph
class.


[redacted]
Someone else will have to answer regarding Austria.

Austria C++: http://sourceforge.net/projects/austria/
Jul 23 '05 #3

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