Subject: Re: [boost] [C++0x] Report from Frankfurt committee meeting
From: Raindog (raindog_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-20 14:52:49
Joseph Gauterin wrote:
> That's a pity - a lot of libraries could have greatly benefitted from
> concepts. On the plus side, we really don't want to end up with a
> repeat of the export debacle or similar.
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I think it is a tragedy. While reading about why not to use C++, or STL,
or Boost, the biggest issue I've seen recently is "template error
messages are too large and meaningless". Bjarne has said that one
C++0x's was to make it more user friendly, but it appears we will lose
the biggest feature towards that goal.
Also, export is an entirely different issue with a much narrower
potential usage scenarios.
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