Archive for November, 2008

Constrained vs. restricted value types

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

I admit it, I’m lurking on the boost developer mailing list. Most of what’s sent there goes past me, I don’t really feel I have the time to read it all. And sometimes I even post drivel there, usually only to be reminded that I hadn’t paid attention to detail. Such is my lot.

But there was a recent bit of activity on the mailing list that I wanted to share with you, because it was about a constrained value library about to be submitted for review. In the boost world, new libraries are submitted for review, and the results of the review determine whether or not the library is included.

Highly fascinating stuff, if only because Fhtagn! has included pretty much the same functionality for a while now.

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Infrastructure Update

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

In case you hadn’t noticed, the buildbots, long defunct due to a strange bug, have been fixed. They’re also switched over to SCons builds, so now produce nightly builds again.

I’ve also finally removed the mailing lists from sourceforge.net, making this site here the home of all infrastructure for Fhtagn!. The new development mailing list – the only one for now – is fhtagn-devel@unwesen.de. You can find the archives on gmane.org.

The mailing list is handled by ezmlm, which means you subscribe by sending a mail to fhtagn-devel-subscribe@unwesen.de, and get help on further commands by mailing fhtagn-devel-help@unwesen.de.

Enjoy!


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