From: Doug Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-04-09 21:47:37
On Monday 09 April 2001 11:15, you wrote:
> > Interface summary:
> > any_function();
> > any_function(const any_function&);
> > template<typename Functor> any_function(Functor);
> I think in C++ callbacks to member functions are far more important
> than callbacks to free functions. I find it a little bit strange for C++
> callback library not to support callbacks to member functions.
> Am I missing something here?
> Talking about callbacks, what I really would like to be a part of boost
> is libsigc++. Unfortunately it does not seem to be possible because
> it is LGPL'ed library.
This has been discussed, and any_function (or "function" as it will likely be
renamed) is at the very least a starting point for a full signals/slots
library. libsigc++ is a well-designed library, but the LGPL is incompatible
with the Boost license.
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