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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-18 17:05:30

"Brian Braatz" <brianb_at_[hidden]> writes:

> Thinking along the same lines as David, here is my suggestion:
> * We create a MPL FAQ page on the Wiki (or is there one I could not
> find?)
> * this way when users bump into a problem, we can post the solution to
> the FAQ
> * it might be a good idea to ask people to post it to THIS LIST first,
> otherwise the FAQ may end up with ill formed samples
> Thoughts?
> I would be happy to put the first entry in the Wiki FAQ page if we can
> get one created. (i.e. "How do I remove all the duplicate types from a
> sequence?")
> Also- I would add that using mpl::for_each<> while covered in the MPL
> book, would be a good entry to also have in there. (I would be happy to
> add an wiki entry referencing the book). Something like "How to I print
> all the types in a sequence?" as the question.
> some other ideas: (for entries)
> * "How do I call decide to call a method on a class based on it's type"
> * "How do build a library like boost.function<>, with a variable number
> of arguments? How do I do this in such a way as to support older
> compilers?"
> The basic idea is that the Question is listed, then the answer is
> listed. Then references to follow up information is listed. (i.e point
> them back to the MPL reference manual or the MPL book)
> what do you guys think?

These all sound like great ideas to me. The great thing about a Wiki
is that you _don't_ need to ask permission in order to get started :)

Dave Abrahams
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