From: Rob Geiman (rgeiman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-01 16:11:45
There have been a few boost users, including myself, who have inquired
to the interest in such as library, but for some reason very few people
FYI, I have a pluggable factory implementation in the vault at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/boost/files/object_factory/ if you are
interested. This particular version has only been tested on Visual
Studio .NET though, and requires a fairly compliant compiler. I've been
working on another version which works on non-compliant compilers, such
as VC++ 6.0, but it's not quite finished yet as I've been very busy with
Boost Rookie wrote:
>is there anything in Boost which resembles the dynamic
>pluggable factories as described in the article
>"Industrial Strength Pluggable Factories" written by
>Timothy R. Culp and published in the October 1999
>issue of C++ Report (available online
>If there is no such thing, has something like it been
>I for one can see a real need for it!
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