From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-01 13:04:57
"Maciej Sobczak" wrote:
>> - http://cpptcl.sourceforge.net/ C++ interface for TCL
> C++/Tcl was announced at Boost almost one year ago. After that I was
> suggested to bring it to langbinding, which is an effort to provide a
> universal back end to any language. At that time, the following two
> things were (and still are) clear to me:
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> These two were the reasons for C++/Tcl to go ahead alone. In retrospect,
> I think it was a good decision, especially if we take into account that
> C++/Tcl is now a mature project with growing and interesting user base
> and that at the same time langbinding did not do any progress.
> Having said that, I take the opportunity to remind C++/Tcl here (well,
> *you* did it first :) ). It was inspired by Boost, uses Boost and has
> the old Boost licensing scheme. If during the last year the objectives
> of Boost wrt scripting languages changed from what it was a year ago,
> then I will be pleased to see it considered as a candidate for Boost.
Well, obviously last year's "objectives of Boost" didn't
survive too long.
Matured project with user base looks like good qualification
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