From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-05 18:35:34
> I guess the party is not going to happen here anyway, unless you'd call two
> people (you and me) a party ;-).
Well, others that are just lurking now that may pop in later :-) I
would love to see a nice FSM library -- I just don't have a need
this second and I don't have enough time to review your proposal,
but don't stop!
> The lack of interest for my proposal here at boost made me think more about
> your approach to FSMs. Maybe everyone thinks a boost FSM should be
> dynamically configurable?
Not really. One question though, have you looked at the FSM example
that is part of the MPL paper:
> Or maybe I just overestimated the utility of state
> machines in everyday programming (that's what boost libs are all about,
> aren't they)?
They might be more useful if we had a good library :-)
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