The latest version of the runtime dynamic dispatcher has been released. This version has improved documentation as compared to the previous release, and has a more well-tested invoker implementation.
This release also includes an initial implementation of the strategized_map container to be developed into a generic object reference dispatch mechanism for future releases.
Recently, the Boost Dispatcher library has released version 0.1.9 which contains the following additions:
- support for homogeneous function registration
- an invoking mechanism for scheduling dispatcher invocations
This release also contains HTML documentation on the library design.
As of the time of writing, the initial release of the Dispatch library is now available from either the Files section or http://orangeandbronze.com/~dean/dispatch-0.1.tar.gz -- this is version 0.1 and contains the basic runtime dispatcher mechanism.
This requires the Boost C++ Library ( http://boost.org ) version 1.33 be available during compile/link time of the application that uses the Dispatch library.