Subject: Re: [boost] Review - boost::log
From: Andrey Semashev (andrey.semashev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-03-14 18:04:32
On 03/15/2010 12:42 AM, Tom Brinkman wrote:
>>> So, what you are saying is that "around there", people prefer to use one
> "glue" language, C, to another one,
>>> and that the glue will affect all code to make it less
> Yeah, thats about it. "C" is the glue language that everyone can use. Like
> it or
> hate it, its still around, and still the most popular language for the
> variety of programming tasks.
> Although, for the most part, I still prefer boost style "C++" for my
> own projects where I have full control of the code.
> When it comes to being a library writer, you need to understand your
> intended audience. If it is the intent of the library author to limit
> his users to a small subset of C/C++ developers, that is is his choice, of
> I would perfer that boost developers think bigger and target a larger
Guys, please, move the flame wars of C vs. C++ to another topic. I've
expressed my point regarding Boost.Log rather clearly.
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