Subject: Re: [boost] [Hana] Informal review request
From: Brian Schrom (brian.schrom_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-05 11:55:11
On 03/05/2015 02:41 PM, Louis Dionne wrote:
> Dear Boost,
> As some may be aware of, I am currently working on a metaprogramming
> called Hana, with the intention of proposing it for inclusion in
> purpose of that library is to act as a toolbox for expressing
> on both types (like the MPL) and heterogeneous values (like Fusion). The
> library is built around C++14 idioms and implementation techniques to
> maximize expressiveness and performance.
> I am now requesting feedback from the community, with the intention
> for a formal review in the next months. A similar review was asked
for in last
> August. The library has undergone several modifications since then,
> address issues raised during the review and for general improvement.
> some issues that were raised during the review and addressed:
I'm a FP novice and thoroughly enjoyed reading through the top level
documentation. It seemed very approachable and well written. I was
able to at least glimpse at what the intention was, even not being able
to fully comprehend it in a first reading. I'm anxious to see where
this goes and to get more familiar with the paradigm as a result.
Thanks for sharing your work and contributions.
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