Subject: Re: [boost] [MPL] A Proposal
From: Bruno Dutra (brunocodutra_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-02-29 12:03:09
2016-02-29 11:46 GMT-03:00 Louis Dionne <ldionne.2_at_[hidden]>:
> Bruno Dutra <brunocodutra <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > [...]
> > > Do you compile as fast as Brigand?
> > My next efforts will be directed toward developing a framework for
> > running banchmarks. I'll be sure to add Brigand, as well as other
> > alternatives of which I am aware, for comparison purposes.
> I've spent a _huge_ amount of time setting up a system for doing compile-time
> benchmarks with Hana (and MPL11 before that). What I ended up with works well,
> but it's not perfect and I would definitely enjoy something that's less coupled
> to Hana. I know a couple of persons that could also use this. Before you go
> down that road, I suggest we talk and perhaps make it a joint effort.
That is a good idea indeed!
Iâve seen what you did on Boost.Hana and, even though I am erb
illiterate, I managed to hijack it locally on my laptop to run a few
benchmarks on Metal. Anyways I donât think it would be too hard to
evolve it into an independent CMake module, or do you have a different
idea in your mind?
I'll contact you off the list so we can better discuss this idea.
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