Subject: Re: [boost] Phoenix3 port to proto complete
From: Thomas Heller (thom.heller_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-27 06:31:03
On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 3:18 PM, Thomas Heller
> Ladies and Gentlemen,
> I proudly announce that the port of phoenix3 is completed! All
> testcases pass! (some with minor modifications)
> So, What is next? Here is my proposed schedule:
> Â - fix some minor issues
> Â - improve boost.bind compatibility: make all boost.bind testcases pass
21 out of 25 Boost.Bind tests pass!
4 of the unit tests do not pass, because boost::result_of does not support
functions with stdcall or fastcall attributes.
2 other tests (bind_cv_test.cpp and bind_stateful_test.cpp) are currently
implemented a little hacky, because as of this writing phoenix::bind only
cares for const operator() overloads.
2 other tests (bind_eq_test.cpp and bind_function_test.cpp) are only working
because i left out some stuff which isn't implemented yet.
bind_placeholder_test.cpp is not working as expected, because phoenix3 has
no support for real costum placeholders (as in the purpose of this test).
> Â - implement all boost.lambda testcases and make them pass, as far as it is
> Â reasonable
> Â - add support for C++0x lambdas
> Â - make interoperability testcases for std::function, boost::function
> Â - adapt the documentation
> Â - clean up code (some parts are a little messy as of now)
> Â - improve compile time
> Did I miss something?
> This is a very tight schedule, I may not be able to finish all points during
> the GSoC period. Any help will be appreciated.
> Additionally a review of the current code is highly appreciated to point out
> some defects that might exist.
> The code can be checked out at:
> I will be happy to answer your questions!
> Additionally I would like to thank Joel de Guzman and Eric Niebler for their
> great assistance and initial designs!
> Best Regards,
> Thomas Heller
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