From: Ben Bear (benbearchen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-06 11:27:16
Herve: The proposal is very good :-) You are the principal author.
Why not? I didn't write any words. I'll post my affiliation to you.
I'll read the proposal and your codes. And I have much more test ideas.
2007/12/6, Hervé Brönnimann <hervebronnimann_at_[hidden]>:
> 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.
You are right. Should we give up the repetition functions? So it'll
be easy? The repetition functions are unusual.
> 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
> 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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