From: Martin Slater (mslater_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-23 04:54:55
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brass goowy wrote:
>>> There isn't a library to download. Its an online service.
>> Ah OK, that makes it a useless in real world apps then for me and
>> probably a lot of other people.
> Do you think online code generation is useless in general?
Pretty much so yes. And even if it was non-commercial so that the very
real confidentiality concerns that Rene raises that would prevent it
being used anywhere I have worked were not an issue the fact that it
cannot be integrated into the build process easily and lack of source
code so the progress of the project is at the whim of any bugs would
deter many from using it or even considering it.
>> It would be more useful if you
>> publish the exact performance tests (and build files) you use so we can
>> make meaningful comparisions and know we're testing the same thing.
> Right. In doing this I found an error in what I reported about the sizes of
> the executables. I said that the Boost 1.35 version on Linux was about
Thanks for that.
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