From: Thomas Stevens (thomathoma69_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-30 13:37:28
Andreas Huber <ah2003 <at> gmx.net> writes:
> I think it is virtually impossible to write a non-trivial
> library which incurs *no* overhead in all possible
Yes, of course (I guess I expressed myself kinda sloppy).
> IMHO hard real-time requirements are pretty much orthogonal to
> space/time requirements.
Agreed. I believe I wanted to interprete and squeeze that requirement
to suit my needs...
> I very much believe that boost::fsm is suitable for many embedded
> applications running in confined environments but there definitely
> are applications for which the library is too heavy-weight.
Ok, it is not just to drag in the boost::fsm then. I'll have to do a
detailed analyze of the application and its enviroment.
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