Subject: Re: [boost] Generalized concept usage in Boost libraries
From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-27 07:25:08
on Sun Jul 26 2009, joel <joel.falcou-AT-lri.fr> wrote:
> Mathias Gaunard wrote:
>> Should all Boost libraries be modified in order to include concept checking, and
>> should it become part of the programming policy?
>> From what I can see, it seems most libraries don't make use of Boost.ConceptCheck at
It is way underutilized. BCCL finds bugs in library code as well as
user code. Very powerful.
> I'm all for it. Maybe the problem is that people don't know about
There is the potential to increase compile times. But if we made it
possible to switch it on and off, that would mitigate.
> Moreover, libraries from before BCC couldn't have used it ;)
It's been around a _long_ time.
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