From: Loïc Joly (loic.actarus.joly_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-26 04:14:26
Mathew Robertson wrote:
>>All what you say here already exists in C++. For instance, you can have
>>a look at QT.
>>It does not use boost::signal (for portability reasons in the beginning,
>>I suppose, and because boost::signal did not exist at that time), but
>>also works with a mechanism of signals and slots that requires some
>>small preprocessing of files..
>Does anyone here think that requiring a pre-compiler is a reasonable thing to require?
I do not like it either, even more so that it can be implemented in pure
C++. But I am not religious on this subjet. However, my point was not on
the way this was implemented, it was that at least one system with some
sort of signal/event was implemented in C++. Even if it is not perfect,
it can be used to get ideas from it (both for do and for don't) and to
see what real users make out of it.
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