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Boost CMake support

Robert Ramey
Boost Library developers are taking a serious look at making Boost more
friendly for users of CMake.  This discussion is taking place on the
Boost Developer's mailing list.

https://www.boost.org/community/groups.html

Those who have an interest in this topic are encouraged to observe
and/or participate.  We would especially welcome help from the CMake team.

Robert Ramey
www.boost.org

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