From: Daniel Frey (daniel.frey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-10-08 08:36:56
David Abrahams wrote:
> What does "the Booster" do?
> If you just want to capture its ability to postprocess compiler messages,
> maybe "c++pp" would work. Or, perhaps "error-pretty-print" would be better.
> I'm sure you can think of other names along these lines.
> You seem to indicate that it is capable of other things. If you want to
> capture that fact in the name, then you have to describe what the tool does.
> What does it do (generally speaking)?
Currently, it processes some input through regular expressions. The kind
of input and the rules (regular-expressions) are not limited in any way,
except it is processed line-by-line. Would 'regex-processor' be a good
name then? The tool itself is extremly small and straight forward, so
this name would express where its power comes from and also where its
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