From: Andreas Huber (ah2003_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-16 12:26:04
jp <jp <at> comrad.co.nz> writes:
> i dont kno if there is now a boost::fsm. the above messages were in 2002!
You'll find the most recent version of boost::fsm here:
I think code and documentation are pretty mature now and the library is
already being used in two independent real-world projects. I'll make an
announcement in all relevant newsgroups in a few days.
If feedback is as I hope I'll ask for a formal review here at boost.
> anyway, i have been using an object oriented fsm pattern for years now
> which uses virtual function dispatching in place of the old function
> pointer table thingy. i find it very robust & easy to understand. i
> have made a few preliminary ventures into boosting it into a generic
> template, and i wonder if theres still any interest in this idea.
Although it's a little late now, I'm certainly interested in how your library
works. Do you have a tutorial or some example code demonstrating it's use?
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