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From: Joel FALCOU (joel.falcou_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-17 13:21:29
Eric Niebler a écrit :
> Hi Joel, I would have an easier time understanding what you were trying
> to accomplish if you could give an example of an expression you'd like
> to transform and the desired result of the transform.
Yeah I kinda guessed after posting this. Here is a link to a paper
presenting what I am currently porting to proto :
Quaff is a parallel programming DSL that maps user defined functor class
to a process network structure.
Basically, take the principles of this paper and just say that instead
of having pipe() and par() function, you have operator | and &.
The old version of quaff ran on a hand-made expression template system
that was - well - a piece of crap.
Now, I want to use proto to leverage most of the ET + semantic code.
I tried to do so in a straight forward way (aka making a apply_rule
transform that mapped a proto expression contents to my semantic rule
meta-function) but it failed cause when I was mixing pipe and par (ie |
and &), the numbering of PID and insertion of elements went awkward. I
also guess i don't have to use mpl::vector then build a boost::tupel out
of them thanks to fusion, but considering my first failure, I stepped back.
If more info than the paper is needed, I'll have to check with my
co-worker to know which code is "safe" to publish here ;)
Thanks for the help.
-- Joel FALCOU Research Engineer @ Institut d'Electronique Fondamentale Université PARIS SUD XI France
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