Subject: Re: [boost] Interest in a Boost.Chrono/Date library
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-11-01 13:08:17
from the number of replays to this post and the number of informal
review received I deduce that there is not enough interest in this library.
Maybe next time will be a better :)
Le 25/10/15 17:51, Vicente J. Botet Escriba a écrit :
> maybe some of you have already see the Howard Hinnant presentation at
> CppCOn2015  about his new data-v2 library . My prototype of
> Boost.Chrono/Date library ( ] was based on the Howard original
> library, but when we want to reach the maximum of performances we need
> to use a specific date class for each usage. This is what Howard
> explains in his marvelous presentation ans his tiny date library
> My post here wants to know if there is interest in a library providing
> what H.H. date library provides in Boost.
> Note that his data-v2 library yet doesn't provides as much as
> Boost.Date provides but IMHO it is much elegant and efficient. If
> there is enough interest, I will request you to do a first review of
> the H.H. Date-V2 library.
> Then once we have a consensus I will make my POC Chrono/Date library
> ready for review.
> H.H. Date-V2 is under MIT license, which IIRC is compatible with the
> Boost license. I don't know yet if would need to add this license, as
> my POC  is already a good starting point, nevertheless, I would
> like to know if there could be any issues about having the source
> under both licenses.
>  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzyGjOm8AKo
>  https://github.com/HowardHinnant/date
>  https://github.com/viboes/chrono_date/commits/master
> First commit Nov/2011 Last-Mars2014
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