Subject: Re: [boost] [GSoC] A C++11 enabled TMP library (accepted)
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-04-21 21:53:30
On 4/21/2014 4:55 PM, Louis Dionne wrote:
> Dear community,
> I am pleased to announce that my proposal named "A C++11 template
> metaprogramming library" was accepted for GSoC 2014. I want to
> thank the community for putting trust in the proposal, and I am
> committed to do everything I can to make this project succeed.
> As explained in my proposal, the goal of the project is to build a high
> quality template metaprogramming library using modern techniques to achieve
> both higher expressiveness and lower compilation times. Since the ultimate
> goal is to make such a library part of the Boost distribution, I will try to
> involve the community and maintain a tight feedback loop. With your support,
> I am confident that we can achieve a lot in the direction of better template
> This is also a good time to mention (advertise?) that I will be presenting
> the project at the upcoming C++Now conference. :-)
> I am knee-deep in my finals right now, but updates should come shortly.
> Stay tuned!
Please consider making the your library as close as possible usage-wise
to the current TMP library so as to make the transition for all the
other libraries which use TMP as easy as possible.
Thanks for working on a modern version of TMP.
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