From: Giovanni Piero Deretta (gpderetta_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-08 08:15:44
On 5/8/07, shunsuke <pstade.mb_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Marcus Lindblom wrote:
> > If anyone is willing to step up to this, let me or Thorsten know. There
> > isn't much work really (most of it is there, just fill in the gaps, make
> > it complete and edit a bit of the documentation). There are a few
> > advanced features that definitely are worth pursuing in the future, but
> > I believe a first barebone release would still improve the life of many
> > c++ hackers. :)
> > So, let us know if you're interested.
> Though I'm not sure I can join your project,
> I too am challenging to implement the range adaptor proposal.
> Here is the document and code under development:
> (not boostified)
> I'd be happy if my work could inspire your project.
I especially like the fact that all functions are actually polymorphic
Also your compilation of algorithms is very big. I've being doing
something similar on an as need basis but on a much smaller scale.
Do you plan to boostify the library and submit it for review? I would
kill to use it :).
The only think i do not like much is the choice of names. I would have
preferred 'reverse' instead of 'reversed' or 'transform' instead of
'transformed', but it is just a matter of personal preference.
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