From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-01 12:16:34
"Arkadiy Vertleyb" <vertleyb_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Yes, we are currently working on such a database. Our library uses
> template meta-programming to enable creation of relational tables capable of
> storing ANY type of data in their fields. The only requirements to the type
> is the same as an STL container would impose. We also provide a full set of
> relational algebra operators on these tables. We also support range queries
> based on the sort order, and indexing to control this sort order.
> At this point the library can be used with either MSVC6 or g++.
> Here is the link:
> We look forward to any feedback.
At a first glance, I have two remarks:
The first is trivial: your #include guards are all symbols reserved to
the C++ implementation. No double underscores, please! They're also
not very unique. I use my initials and the date to help avoid
Instead of __JOIN__, I'd use something like JOIN_HPP_DWA20030128.
The second is nontrivial: I think you could probably simplify your
code a lot and increase portability at the same time by making better
use of Boost components, primarily MPL and iterator adaptors.
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