From: Alexander Nasonov (alnsn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-17 10:28:13
I implemented unary and binary function calls for dynamic_any.
New version can be download from:
There is no documentation yet, only examples.
Basic usage of dynamic_any. Compiled under g++ 3.2 and Intel 6.0.
Executable created by Intel C++ compiler crashes.
Support for dynamic_any comparison (using std::less)
and output to ostream. dynamic_any values stored in
a set and then outputed to cout. Compiled under g++ 3.2.
Under Intel C++ compiler compilation fails.
Extraction with derived-to-base conversion using
standard exception hierarchy. Compiled under g++ 3.2
and Intel 6.0.
Library becomes larger and larger. May be it should be put
into nested namespace and split on several files?
Something like this:
boost/dynamic/any.hpp - dynamic_any itself
boost/dynamic/function.hpp - bases for user-defined functions
boost/dynamic/functions.hpp - standard functions (comparison, streaming ...)
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