From: David Cattarin (dittoC_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-04 15:39:24
Sorry, I'm late to the party. ;)
I've been doing some reading on Boost. I know we've already discussed
the differences in our approaches in comp.lang.c++.moderated, so I won't
go into that here. However, after looking through the BGL, I think it is
a great candidate for representing an FSM. Add in the right traversal
policy (take into account guards) plus functors for Actions and Guards,
and you are basically done.
What are your thoughts?
Andreas Huber wrote:
>>I personally would love to open a discussion. I haven't quite gotten my
>>wits wrapped around the whole FSM concept, so an open discussion on the
>>subject (with possibly a boost lib to boot) would make my day :)
> I think the following tutorial nicely explains some of the basics:
> Ease of use was a primary goal when I designed the example framework.
> Although the framework is far from being complete, the example together with
> the documentation (at the bottom of FsmDiscussion.htm) should allow you to
> make your first steps in the FSM world. So, if you own MSVC 7.0 and have a
> little time to spare, give it a go ...
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