From: Gustavo Guerra (gustavobt_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-05 18:06:42
I'm interested. I use state machines many times. Most of the time I use
external generators, or do it by hand just with some function pointer table
when it's simple enough. Would like to have a better alternative, though,
but the state machines are always some tiny peice of the rest of the
projects, so I usually don't have time to experiment. I would very
interested in a library that did the most possible work at compile-time.
I did a brief look at you proposal (pity it doesn't have docs), and OMHO it
still feels like we have to do much tedious work. And I also think the state
machine becames to spread out and it's dificult to look at the resulting
final code and recognize the original statemachine as a whole. But it's much
better than anything else I've seen so for, so keep up the good work.
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