[2011-07-11] Boost.Icl ships with Boost 1.47.0: Some adaptations for the seamless integration of the new library Boost.Chrono. Very stable version. No open bugs.
[2011-02-21] Boost.Icl is released with Boost 1.46.0: The core library of interval container ships with Boost 1.46.0 for the first time and is now part of the Boost c++ libraries.
[2011-01-14] Point release icl-4.0.1+ available: Due to the boost night tests on a wide variety of compilers and platforms and some user feedback, the portability of the ICL has been polished and a some flaws in interval bitsets and the documentation have been fixed.
[2010-11-10] The Interval Container Library, ICL, formerly known as Interval Template Library, ITL, is now prepared for inclusion into the next boost release 1.46 and has been moved to the Boost trunk. The issues raised during the formal review are mainly solved or implemented as agreed in the discussion.
“This can be a really useful class of data structures.
I support continued work on getting this into Boost.”
— Dave Abrahams
“So I love ICL — it really solved the visualization problem I was
having. [...] Visualizing that amount of data, in real time, is quite a challenge. I'm
using ICL to track pre-rendered regions of this time series data. It
does exactly what I want.”
— Eric M. Jonas, coauthor of The Soma Project
My experience with this usecase
[...] did speak toward the richness of the interface. Each time we wanted to apply
a different operation or extract a different view of the data we found that the scenario
had already been considered and a solution was readily available.
— Michael Caisse