From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-15 04:55:00
> Ok, I haven't timed "typical use"; the only tests I've done in this respect
> is running the unit tests, but much of the time involved in that may well be
> taken by the test framework, as it uses mpl::for_each to iterate in two
> dimensions, taking a list of traits, and a list of types to test for each
> trait, which generates thousands of tests.
> The unit tests take a rather long time to compile on Intel C++ (typically
> several minutes), but shorter on on MSVC, or g++.
that's a bit of a turn-off for me.
I'm getting more and more annoyied by the fact that every time something
*really cool* is discovered, it hits the compiler-time barrier.
As I've said in posts to c.l.c++.m, maybe it's time for a new language...
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