From: Kai Brüning (kai_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-16 13:52:54
> How good are with Spirit? Especially, when it comes to closures with
>custom semantic actions!
Hm, didn't do too much with closures yet. But that might be a good opportunity to learn, so please go ahead.
>From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]]
>On Behalf Of Kai Brüning
>Sent: Monday, July 16, 2007 9:09 AM
>Subject: [boost] Volunteering Help
>it happens that I have some spare time this summer. So if any project
>could use more manpower, I may be able to help.
>I spend the last 20 or so years inventing and developing a business
>publishing package called RagTime (http://www.ragtime-online.com).
>During a recent restructuring due to financial problems I left the
>My first experiences with C++ were with CFront under MPW (Macintosh
>Programers Workshop). At that time we tried to master C++, OOP and
>writing cross-platform (Mac/Windows) GUI code all at the same time. I
>hope to have learned from the mistakes - at least I made enough of
>More recently, Alexandrescu and Boost opened my eyes for the power
>and elegance of modern C++. We started using some of Alexandrescu's
>Loki concepts and some Boost libraries for RagTime. I especially
>played a lot with Spirit in the last months.
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