Subject: Re: [boost] [Boost.Breakable] Any interest in a Boost Breakable library?
From: David Bergman (David.Bergman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-06 16:08:25
On Sep 6, 2009, at 4:05 PM, Pierre Morcello wrote:
>>>>>> if you need a construct that forms a scope, accomplishes a
>>>>>> tasks and then
> exists the scope from anywhere in between, that's a function.
> Yes, I remember thinking like this at the beginning. But declaring a
> function each times sometimes makes the code less readable. It's
> like declaring a functor for iterating over all objects of a
> collection : you can do it but BOOST_FOREACH is just much more
> readable. What is more you need to give a name to your function.
> It's just more complicated than just writing the name of the macro.
> Creating a function when you only want to solve a break-scope problem
What is a "break-scope problem" to you? I think you might use the
wrong "analysis pattern" here...
> is doing too much IMHO. It's using a specific aspect of the language
> that allows to break anywhere, not a tool that is meant to do it
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