From: Mark Rodgers (mark.rodgers_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-11-19 13:11:23
> Much better than, say, "boost::cleese::tuple" or "boost::gilliam::tuple",
> don't you think?
Alternatively, you could use nested namespaces within the library
namespace to indicate the origin/purpose of the various components.
Simple wrappers on Python concepts could be in boost::cleese::python,
so you could write
namespace python = boost::cleese::python;
python::tuple t(x, y, z);
> Based on this, I am inclined to go with the un-cute name "The Boost
> Python Library". I wouldn't presume to reserve the initials "BPL",
> though; someday we will use up the 27 major initals ;-)
Yes, perhaps I should claim F for the BFL - Boost Functional Library. ;-)
And BTW, what is the 27th letter?
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