Loki 0.1.2 Released

Loki is a C++ library of designs, containing
flexible implementations of common design patterns
and idioms.

Initially started as the code collection of
Andrei's famous book "Modern C++ Design",
it has now grown beyond the confines of this
book.

This new release fixes several bugs (the bug
count is down to 1!)

It's now possible to use Loki without the
TYPELIST macros. Also it's possible to avoid
any memory leak.
A other highlight is the new 'Function' template
which implements some of 'function' from R1/boost.
Used with free functions it looks like the TR1
proposal but for member functions it is more
convenient.

Download Loki from here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=29557

Peter Kuemmel

Posted by Peter Kuemmel 2005-11-16

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