Subject: Re: [boost] gsoc project
From: Shamsher Siddiqui (mail.shamshersiddiqui_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-14 18:05:26
Thanx for assistance Vicente
i have divided the entire project into 5 part .As you said that write
your proposal as soon as possible.Can we discuss the projects into
parts before i start writing my proposal so that
it can be effectively presented and no points lefts behind
and to whom i have to mail my proposal for review before final submition.
On 4/13/13, Vicente J. Botet Escriba <vicente.botet_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Le 12/04/13 23:55, Shamsher Siddiqui a écrit :
>> i know c++ well and i like algorithm very much .So I have chosen
>> I would like to work on this project this summer . I have read
>> plz give me how to start developing.
>> I have completed the Algorithm course in my major and pretty good at it
>> .help me in this project so that i can on this project
> I don't see too much and hard algorithms to implement for
> Boost.Chrono/Date. I would like to be sure you understand the problem
> You don't need to start developing anything. You should write a proposal
> and send it to this ML the soon the best.
> Take a look at these links
> https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/wiki/SoCSubmissionTemplate and
> Understand the C++ H. Hinnant proposal and the differences respect to
> Understand its limitations (analyze the threads talking of this subject
> and this Toward a Standard C++ 'Date' Class
> http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2012/n3344.pdf) and
> start to see what do you think about the problems.
> You can check the prototype I started some time ago and you also will
> need to understand Boost.Chrono from the user point of view.
> Been familiar with the Boost tools is a good thing.
> Install boost (http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_53_0/more/getting_started/),
> run regression tests,
> install Boost.Chrono/Date, play with it.
> Study Boost.Build and
> Boost.Quickbook ...
> There are a lot of thing to do, understand and master, but the most
> important is to write your proposal as soon as possible so that we can
> help you to improve it.
> Good luck,
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