From: Hervé Brönnimann (hervebronnimann_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-06 01:55:02
Dear Ben: It's been a long day, I started at 10:30pm after just
putting my kids to bed (they were still up :(... ). It was the same
last night except I didn't have the energy to start working on the
proposal... Time is so short...
I just updated it, with the following links:
Most importantly (and there can be typos in other pages, but this one
I've tried to get as clean as possible):
is a draft of a proposal for C++0x (if it's not too late, I'm really
not sure). I think all the algorithms are worth standardizing, but
maybe they'll only consider next/prev_partial_permutation, and next/
prev_combination. That'd be already a good step forward.
Concerning authorship, Ben, I'd like you to be an author as well, can
you send me (privately) your affiliation and any other coordinates.
It might even be better if you're the principal (and perhaps even the
only) author for the proposal. Cheers,
-- Hervé Brönnimann hervebronnimann_at_[hidden] PS: Howard, as promised, I put you in cc. Perhaps we should quote your web page too (http://home.twcny.rr.com/hinnant/cpp_extensions/ combinations.html)? And I'll put you in the acknowledgments since your page suggested to me the for_each... algorithms I use at the beginning of our proposal. On Dec 5, 2007, at 8:12 PM, Ben Bear wrote: > Herve: > Excuse me, I just can't find the proposal in the vault. Your > combination proposal page, > [http://photon.poly.edu/~hbr/boost/combinations.html], is also not > updated. > > > 2007/12/4, Herve Bronnimann <hervebronnimann_at_[hidden]>: >> Ben: Sorry for the radio silence, but time was well used. I have >> a full Boost library proposal articulated around your code with my >> modifications. I'll upload to the vault tonight... It has >> extensive example and full testing. >> >> I also am working on a proposal for C++0x, or the TR2 if it can't >> be made to squeeze in. I'm hoping Howard Hinnant will sponsor the >> proposal given that he's more or less proposed such a library in >> the past (see his web site). Howard, if you read this, I'll >> contact you soon. >> >> TTYS, >> -- >> Herve Bronnimann >> hervebronnimann_at_[hidden]
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