From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-07 18:26:25
Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
> Hi all,
> initially I was hoping to find some time over the last weekend to go through
> the reviews in great detail to put together a proper review report. Well, as
> things happen, I was not able to find the time :-(
> To avoid further delays, here is the short version of the review result:
> Proto got 16 reviews (That's well above average! Thanks to all for
> participating), out of which 15 have been positive. The one 'No' essentially
> stated that the library, even if doubtless very useful, shouldn't be
> accepted yet, mainly because there has to be done more work in the area of
> formalizing the problem domain.
> In my opinion this is an overwhelming result and I'm whole heartily agreeing
> with the majority of the voters.
> Proto is accepted as a Boost library.
> The discussions have been very detailed and there have been raised a lot of
> (mostly minor) issues, but Eric is aware of the problems and is working on
> solving them. I'll try to put together a summary as soon as possible.
Thanks to everybody who participated in the review, esp. Hartmut for
being review manager. For anybody interested in following along,
branches/proto/v4 is where I'm incorporating the review feedback. It
already has all of the interface breaking changes I plan to make, modulo
any necessary changes that come out of the "boost::result_of and C++03"
thread. I'll be trying very hard to get proto into trunk in time for 1.36.
-- Eric Niebler Boost Consulting www.boost-consulting.com
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