From: Mariano Consoni (mariano.consoni_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-15 15:31:44
> I guess that depends on what the community wants, and what Mariano thinks
> can handle in the limited time. Full dynamic reflection wouldn't reuse
> of the existing code in Boost.Extension. It would certainly be possible to
> provide a facility for generating and compiling (using Boost.Buildprobably)
> linked libraries at runtime, then using the Boost.Extension mechanisms to
> access it. Or, it could just be fully dynamic classes with fully dynamic
> methods, as described in the first part of the paper you mentioned.
I'm very interested in developing things related to reflection, but maybe I
don't have the complete information to estimate the times for each
possibility. Particularly I think that would be good to reuse the maximum
qty of code from Extensions.. and apply that.
Could anybody help me with that? I mean, determining the scope of the
I prefer to do something that could be closed in the three months with good
quality, instead of doing something with a lot of features but not complete.
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