From: Tobias Schwinger (tschwinger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-25 16:26:54
Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:
> "Tobias Schwinger" <tschwinger_at_[hidden]> wrote
>>Arkadiy Vertleyb wrote:
>>>Is registering a library types with typeof going to be considered a new
>>>feature? Is somebody planning to add the typeof support to a library in
>>Yep. Spirit should be doable.
>>Of course I still think we should first agree on a consistent scheme for adding
>>Typeof support to the libraries. We have talked enough about the pros and cons of
>>different possibilities IMO and we have a winner among the possibilties
>>considered. So if there is noone with more/different/better ideas would it be
>>possible to turn our top candidate (typeof support in subfolders next to the
>>component headers) into some guidelines to be added to the Typeof docs?
> I didn't have the impression this was a clear winner though, was it?
(BTW. we're referring to this [ http://tinyurl.com/c6qye ] thread).
Well, maybe not /that/ clear regarding all the details. Still -- considering that
the "include directory suggestion" would require to use #include with weird
relative paths (which at least you and me felt uncomfortable with), that the
winner (or not) is aesthetically quite appealing, that there is (at least some)
existing code, and that all other alternatives we considered had significant
drawbacks, it's clear enough IMO.
>>Would the work needed to make XPressive use this scheme be acceptable for Eric (or
>>is there any volunteer for porting)?
> I don't think we have Eric's opinion about the scheme... Eric, have you
> seen the discussion about consistent type registration?
Right. That would be great (and excuse me in case my question reads too
provocative -- I meant to imply that -first of all- Eric's opinion on all that
stuff is very welcome, of course ;-) )!
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