Respected sir,

I wanted to go for "generic expression parser" project but there have been some controversies on email thread & wiki page about the usefulness of this project. I have interest and academic background in this field. Therefore, as we are running out of time, please suggest should I prepare proposal for this project or do you want to modify the goal of this project in order to make it more useful. I want to get involved in this/similar project.

Looking forward to hear from you.

Thanking you

Saurabh Kumar


2011/4/5 Arjen Markus <arjen.markus@deltares.nl>
Hi Lars,

I agree - I have not heard from him this past week.
If he does not react to this, I will send him an email directly.

Regards,

Arjen

On 2011-04-05 13:46, Lars Hellström wrote:
> Arjen Markus skrev 2011-03-29 13.59:
>> Hi Lars,
>>
>> thanks for these comments. As you can see I am currently trying to
>> determine the extent of the project at hand. Your infix package
>> is really wonderful, but it or its new incarnation ought to be
>> working its miracles underneath.
>>
>> I am not sure how far we can go - at least a step further than basic
>> arithmetic (and function calls), but I do want us to formulate a
>> feasible project with enough flexibility for further work, rather
>> than an all-or-nothing project that potentially can do anything
>> but which is simply too much.
>
> I'm not sure what (if anything) became of this thread, but if it is
> unfinished then time is growing short to finish it.
>
> My stance at the moment is that there are plenty of directions in which
> the project can be taken, but that it would very much depend on the
> abilities, and in particular on the inclinations, of the student which
> direction would be optimal; one tends to get more work done if the work is
> anyway something one is inclined to do.
>
> Lars Hellström
>
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