Subject: Re: [boost] Template metaprogramming libraries
From: Ábel Sinkovics (abel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-09-09 13:18:15
My parsing library is based on parser combinators and monads. I need to
understand how your code works to see the differences and similarities.
Do you have documentation/examples somewhere?
Am Donnerstag, den 08.09.2011, 23:15 -0400 schrieb Gordon Woodhull:
> Hi Abel,
> This sounds like interesting work! Exceptions in TMP? Wow.
> On Sep 7, 2011, at 4:29 PM, Ãbel Sinkovics wrote:
> > metaparse
> > A tool for building embedded DSLs in C++. This is a compile-time parser
> > generator library. Using it one can build parsers that take compile-time
> > strings as input text and parse them as part of the C++ compilation
> > process. One can think of it as using Spirit at compile-time.
> I've also done some compile-time parsing, though not of strings, but of types (specifically, of template expressions). I'd be interested to see if our approaches are similar; I'll take a look.
> My code is at
> It basically constructs a DFA and runs it at compile-time
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