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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-05 18:27:54

From: "Gustavo Guerra" <gustavobt_at_[hidden]>

> 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
> 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
> still feels like we have to do much tedious work. And I also think the
> 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
> better than anything else I've seen so for, so keep up the good work.

Did you look at what Aleksey did in the MPL paper

Hmm, it looks like he never gives the definition of the state_machine<>
template. Aleksey?

           David Abrahams * Boost Consulting
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