Subject: Re: [boost] About all these metaprogramming libraries
From: Niall Douglas (s_sourceforge_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-03-19 10:06:11
> However, Boost needs one such library, not four. I think we can't just do 4
> reviews and include all the libraries that pass in Boost; that would be a
> huge disservice to our users, who will be left with the burden of choosing.
> Heck, if we can't even make our mind, how can they?
> So, how do we pick? Have we ever been in a similar situation where we have
> multiple competing libraries solving _exactly_ the same problem?
Can I ask a stupid question?
If Hana is the slow, "full fat" metaprogramming library, is there space
remaining for exactly one fast, "lightweight" metaprogramming library?
You seem to assume this de facto to be the case, but I'd like to know why?
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