From: Andreas Huber (ahd6974-spamgroupstrap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-28 12:30:24
> > The tutorial is primarily addressed to people who already have had
> > exposure to FSMs (and also had to implement them one way or another).
> > You are right, a beginner with only theoretical or even no prior
> > knowledge about FSMs would probably shake his head before even following
> > through the StopWatch example. I've spent quite some time thinking how I
> > could also address newbies but have come to the conclusion that this
> > would require a separate document at least as large as the tutorial.
> A tutorial is typically assumed to be addressed at newbies. If
> you are aiming at a different, more advanced audience, just say
> so. That should eliminate the confusion.
I think I am saying so: http://tinyurl.com/3kkog (Audience)
> To avoid misconceptions, a disclaimer stating that the StopWatch
> example is too simple to benefit much from Boost.FSM, but serves
> to show how to use the library, would probably be a good idea.
It seems that you haven't read the whole post. I've already agreed with Jeff
that I will write something in this direction.
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