Subject: Re: [boost] [OT][RFC] standardized compile-time reflection
From: Julien Nitard (julien.nitard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-04-26 18:36:01
>> C++11 already provides attributes. This could be made reflectable, so
>> attributes could be used by libraries and not just compilers.
> Yes, C++11's generalized attributes is one of the options I've been looking
> into for this puspose.
C++11 Attributes are not supposed to change the meaning of the
program. The program should still work if the compiler doesn't support
them. They may provide optimization hints or info to your gui but
can't be used to produce effects.
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