Subject: Re: [boost] Formal review request: Synapse
From: Viktor Sehr (viktor.sehr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-08-16 19:13:09
Nice, I liked the idea of the old version, will have a look at it right
On Thu, Aug 16, 2018 at 7:19 PM Emil Dotchevski via Boost <
> I'm requesting a formal review for Synapse, a non-intrusive signal
> programming library.
> Synapse is a non-intrusive C++ signal programming library.
> It is able to register connections and emit signals from any C or C++
> object of any type whatsoever. If two contexts share access to a C or C++
> object, they can use that object as a randezvouz point of sorts, and
> communicate with each other through Synapse signals.
> A system of meta signals provides interoperability with other signal
> programming libraries and callback APIs. In particular Synapse can be used
> to safely register C++ function objects, including lambda functions, with
> any C-style callback API that is designed to work only with C function
> In a multi-thread environment signals can be emitted asynchronously and
> scheduled for synchronous execution when requested in other threads.
> There have been numerous improvements since the first review, including the
> the ability to create persistent connections which don't require the user
> to explicitly keep them alive.
> See https://zajo.github.io/boost-synapse/.
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