From: Joachim Faulhaber (afojgo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-20 16:33:23
2008/5/16, Paul A Bristow <pbristow_at_[hidden]>:
> >I wrote a library that provides generic classes for interval_sets
> >and interval_maps and a few more things called "Interval
> >Template Library (itl)". I'd like to give a very brief
> >description of the library in this post. For more detailed
> >information and the current source code you might want to download
> >the itl from http://sourceforge.net/projects/itl.
> A very brief reading of this (html) shows the code and documentation to be in mature shape with some interesting examples, that I
> feel sure will find application elsewhere.
> I found interesting the most simple example of people attending a party, and the more complex, attending hospital.
> (The examples might be more convincing to Boosters if the examples used Boost.TimeDate - to prove that the two work together).
> As ever, there is a problem connecting with the people who could use this code.
> You have obviously not found a horde of people desparate to use this ;-)
> (but perhaps they have already downloaded it and are using it?)
> I recommend exposing these examples so people don't have download the zip and unpack it before you can read the docs. (Yes I know
> people are idle - mea culpa).
> Personally, I think this would be a useful addition to Boost.
thank you for your positive feedback and for your advice to make my
html documentation more easily accessible. I followed your tip and
placed the documentation here:
Within the next days I am going to provide a few more examples that
are better integrated with boost libraries specifically
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