From: Peter Koch Larsen (peter.koch.larsen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-10-30 14:46:43
I saw that talk (on video) and was quite impressed but never got to
try your library out.
Would be happy to use a library like this! Can you tell me how it
relates to the proposed std?
On Sat, Oct 26, 2019 at 3:11 AM Zach Laine via Boost
> About 14 months ago I posted the same thing. There was significant work
> that needed to be done to Boost.Text (the proposed library), and I was a
> bit burned out.
> Now I've managed to make the necessary changes, and I feel the library is
> ready for review, if there is interest.
> This library, in part, is something I want to standardize.
> It started as a better string library for namespace "std2", with minimal
> Unicode support. Though "std2" will almost certainly never happen now,
> those string types are still in there, and the library has grown to also
> include all the Unicode features most users will ever need.
> Github: https://github.com/tzlaine/text
> Online docs: https://tzlaine.github.io/text
> If you care about portable Unicode support, or even addressing the
> embarrassment of being the only major production language with next to no
> Unicode support, please have a look and provide feedback.
> I gave a talk about this at C++Now in May 2018, and now it's a bit out of
> date, as the library was not then finished. It's three hours, so, y'know,
> maybe skip it. For completeness' sake:
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