Subject: Re: [boost] [msm] Review
From: Christophe Henry (christophe.j.henry_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-08 10:02:16
>FYI, this is an issue of -- apparently -- English not being Christophe's first language.
>Darryl's construct, "This is unlike StateChart, where the idea of object instantiation as state is genuinely useful sometimes,..."
>means "MSM's approach is unlike that of StateChart, because StateChart instantiates state objects, which is sometimes genuinely useful."
>I think there was more to the original sentence, which I haven't taken the trouble to recover from earlier posts,
>which better developed what Darryl liked about MSM's own approach.
>There was, however, no implication that MSM fails to meet expectations because it wasn't like StateChart in this behavior.
>For those for whom English is a second language, I apologize.
>Few native English speakers learn the language well. We thus make our inherently complex language harder
>still to understand by our mistakes of grammar, syntax, structure, and even word usage.
>Add to that the many idiomatic constructs and expressions, not to mention colloquialisms,
>we use that it's amazing that you manage to converse with us so well.
Oh I see. Sorry Darryl for misunderstanding your post.
Robert, thanks for your help!
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