Subject: Re: [boost] [review][mp11] Formal review of Mp11
From: Louis Dionne (ldionne.2_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-07-24 02:57:05
> A casual inspection of the source files should be enough to give any
> potential user confidence in the quality of the library (assuming they
> are somewhat familiar with the domain). The implementation is in sharp
> contrast to the "template soup" I usually encounter when looking at
> Boost source code. For example, here's Hana:
> and here's mp11
That's because they do significantly different things and pose significantly
different constraints on input the types. Hana's any_of is short-circuiting,
works on compile-time infinite sequences, and works on runtime values as
well as compile-time values. mp11 has none of that (because that's out of
scope for the library, except for short-circuiting which I was surprised
it did not provide).
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