From: Hamish Mackenzie (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-04-04 15:02:09
On Wednesday 04 April 2001 19:36, you wrote:
> I'm working on a set of classes for representing the type structure of a
> C++ program currently called XTI (for eXtended Type Information) and a way
> of generating it from a compiler. Using XTI, a C++ program can be written
> to take actions depending on the types, e.g. inquire whether a function has
> a member of a given name and if so what are its argument types.
Will we be able to get at the name of the argument as well as its type?
Will we be able to get details about instanciated templates and template
> I plan to make it publically available, probably on boost (if the reviewers
> like it). I'm not yet ready for others to use it, but I hope to be able to
> put it up on my home pages for people to look at in another couple of
> My hope is to address many of the issues related to IDLs (by using C
> Standard C++ as the IDL :-) and most likely other issues. My direct aim is
> better support for distributed computing.
I have an H1B visa if you need an assistant :-)
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