The BGL graph interface and graph components are generic, in the same sense as the Standard Template Library (STL).
A generic interface for traversing graphs, using C++ templates.
The full documentation is available on boost.org.
Support, bugs and feature requests
Bugs and feature requests can be reported through the Github issue page.
You can submit your changes through a pull request. One of the maintainers will take a look (remember that it can take some time).
There is no mailing-list specific to Boost Graph, although you can use the general-purpose Boost mailing-list using the tag [graph].
Clone the whole boost project, which includes the individual Boost projects as submodules (see boost+git doc):
git clone https://github.com/boostorg/boost cd boost git submodule update --init
The Boost Graph Library is located in
Boost Graph Library is mostly made of headers but also contains some compiled components. Here are the build commands:
./bootstrap.sh <- compile b2 ./b2 headers <- just installs headers ./b2 <- build compiled components
Note: The Boost Graph Library cannot currently be built outside of Boost itself.
First, make sure you are in
You can either run all the 300+ tests listed in
Jamfile.v2 or run a single test:
../../../b2 <- run all tests ../../../b2 cycle_canceling_test <- single test
You can also check the regression tests reports.