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Wednesday, May 14 • 9:00am - 10:30am
MPL11: A New Metaprogramming Library for C++11

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This talk has two distinct but related goals. The first is to present a survey of C++11 template metaprogramming techniques, along with benchmarks and case studies, in an attempt to spot improvements over C++03. This will provide an objective basis upon which the future of the current Boost.MPL can be discussed. The second is to present a general purpose C++11 template metaprogramming library which I hope to propose for inclusion into Boost, perhaps as a successor to the current Boost.MPL (github.com/ldionne/mpl11). I will introduce the core concepts of the library, explain some design choices and perform an objective comparison with the current Boost.MPL.

The talk is intended for people with a good knowledge of TMP and functional programming. People making extensive use of TMP and those interested in FP should benefit most from the presentation.

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Louis Dionne

Louis is a math and computer science enthusiast with interest in C++ (meta)programming, functional programming, domain specific languages and related subjects. He is an active member of the Boost community, and recently wrote the Boost.Hana metaprogramming library.


Wednesday May 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
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