From: Alexander Nasonov (alnsn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-01 10:21:38
Joel de Guzman <joel <at> boost-consulting.com> writes:
> Yep. Both has its uses.
> I believe Alexander's code accepts only polymorphic functions.
That's right. It's like boost::function except that it can have
more than one overload:
typedef mpl::list<int (int), double(double)> sigs;
multi_function<sigs> f = _1 + 1;
> So, you can also use 'overloads' to gather the monomorphic functions
> and feed that to Alexander's.
Yes. It would add another level of indirection, though.
> Cool stuff Alexander! I'd like to use dynamic_any in the
> lisp/scheme interpreter I'll be writing as an example for
Are you planning to use only function_call operation or all
operations? If the latter, I'm not familiar with values in
scheme/lisp to say whether dynamic_any fits or not.
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