From: Hendrik Schober (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-05 06:43:00
"Kevlin Henney" <kevlin_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> In message <90ibuc+udet_at_[hidden]>, d.frey_at_[hidden] writes
> >Peter's approach may also be useful in other cases. I wonder if it
> >makes sense to start an "advanced FAQ" on boost or something like that
> >to present solutions to this kind of problems and common ideas from
> >other boost classes / libraries.
> I had been pondering the idea of an idiom and design techniques
> catalogue, ie a kind of design handbook (descriptive not prescriptive)
> for Boost, and I think your suggestion is very much that. Even if it
> just starts as a skeletal collection of names, uses and references to
> other works that describe it, I think this would be a generally useful
> piece of information.
Great idea! That would solve my problem, where to keep
all these ideas around so I can find them when needed.
(No, unfortunately my head turned out to be insufficient
for that task ;^> )
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