From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-04 19:02:14
on Wed Apr 04 2007, Andrey Semashev <andysem-AT-mail.ru> wrote:
> Hello JD,
> Wednesday, April 4, 2007, 11:06:06 PM, you wrote:
>>> The author of Pantheios (http://pantheios.sourceforge.net) seems to
>>> think he really does know what it is, and has found the "sweet spot."
>>> I have no opinion about whether he's right or not, but it would be a
>>> good idea for someone who's familiar with the recent Boost discussion
>>> to review his work before proceeding too much further.
>> Thanks David for your advice.
>> So here is some stuff I read from the documentation (.chm):
>> I am not an expert in design and in no position in rejecting any library
>> or whatever, and I have actually not even look into the code but IMO,
>> just as reading few pages of the doc, I think pantheios is not what we
>> are looking for. I would love to be wrong and that someone says,
>> "pantheios is what we were looking for all those years, let put it into
>> boost". I doubt it...
> IMHO, we're not talking about including it into boost, but we're
> looking for a proper design solutions and frequently requested useful
> features, aren't we?
Yes, that's right. If the design is really "perfect," we can
certainly do our own implementation if need be.
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