Subject: Re: [boost] [density] new library
From: Thijs van den Berg (thijs_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-06-13 07:31:39
I'm still hoping to see a strongly typed C++ heterogeneous container that
doesn't enforce base classes on elements, and one that doesn't use type
erasure and dynamic typecasting. IMO it's straightforward to construct a
heterogeneous container using
boost::variant like std::vector< boost::variant<unsigned, std::string> > hc;
So perhaps you can explain what your library does different and better?
On 13 June 2016 at 09:01, Giuseppe Campana <giu.campana_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi to all,
> I'm working to density, a C++11 header-only library for heterogeneous
> containers and lifo memory management. It is not complete, but it is very
> close (and usable already).
> Just to avoid confusion, the test project of density contains a sub-module
> called testity, that in a near future will become a separate library.
> I'm wondering if it may become a valid proposal for a new library. In any
> case, any kind of feedback is welcome.
> Source code at https://github.com/giucamp/density
> Documentation at http://peggysansonetti.it/tech/density/html/index.html
> Giuseppe Campana.
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