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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [boost] [Fit]Â formal review started 2nd Mars - Blog
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-03-05 20:01:00
just a recall, the review of the Fit library started 2nd March and ends
on 13th March.
Paul has written a lot of articles related to his libraries in his blog
http://pfultz2.com/blog/. I would like to see a lot of things from his
blogs in the library documentation and/or have references to them.
What do you think?
Le 03/03/2016 12:43, Vicente J. Botet Escriba a écrit :
> Dear Boost community, sorry for the late anounce
> The formal review of Paul Fultz II's Fit library starts today, 2nd
> March and ends on 13th March.
> Fit is a header-only C++11/C++14 library that provides utilities for
> functions and function objects.
> Fit is:
> - Modern: Fit takes advantages of modern C++11/C++14 features. It
> support both `constexpr` initialization and `constexpr` evaluation of
> functions. It takes advantage of type deduction, varidiac templates,
> and perfect forwarding to provide a simple and modern interface.
> - Relevant: Fit provides utilities for functions and does not try to
> implement a functional language in C++. As such, Fit solves many
> problems relevant to C++ programmers, including initialization of
> function objects and lambdas, overloading with ordering, improved
> return type deduction, and much more.
> - Lightweight: Fit builds simple lightweight abstraction on top of
> function objects. It does not require subscribing to an entire
> framework. Just use the parts you need.
> Fit is divided into three components:
> * Function Adaptors and Decorators: These enhance functions with
> additional capability.
> * Functions: These return functions that achieve a specific purpose.
> * Utilities: These are general utilities that are useful when defining
> or using functions
> Fit has been tested on gcc 4.6-4.9, clang 3.4-3.7, and Visual Studio
> For more information see:
> We encourage your participation in this review. At a minimum, kindly
> - Whether you believe the library should be accepted into Boost
> * Conditions for acceptance
> - Your name
> - Your knowledge of the problem domain.
> You are strongly encouraged to also provide additional information:
> - What is your evaluation of the library's:
> * Design
> * Implementation
> * Documentation
> * Tests
> * Usefulness
> - Did you attempt to use the library? If so:
> * Which compiler(s)
> * What was the experience? Any problems?
> - How much effort did you put into your evaluation of the review?
> More information about the review process can be found
> We await your feedback!
> Best regards,
> Vicente J. Botet Escriba
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