Subject: Re: [boost] [Beast] Questions Before Review
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-07-01 04:53:14
On 6/30/17 1:21 PM, Artyom Beilis via Boost wrote:
> You aren't compared to asp.net but to php/python/rails/nodejs that are the
> trendiest web development tools today.
> Even big projects start quite quickly with java / servlet
> And as a reference one of the simple examples provided compiles for about
> 30s ! If you multiply this by complexity of normal project the times become
> Considering that beast does 1/100 of what others tools provide (even if in
> cool asio way) the price becomes too high.
> All it needed is to do classic OOD instead and you'll get much wider
> audience. With much better error reporting by the compiler, smaller code,
> and easier development, consider streight forward support of HTTP / https
> out of the box in some code.
> Doing temple based solution asio style for HTTP library IMHO is a design
I'm sorry, I'm just not seeing the relevance of compile time to anything
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