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digitalmars.D - Article [Submission]: Experiments with template meta-programming in D

reply =?iso-8859-1?Q?David_R=F6thlisberger?= <david rothlis.net> writes:
http://david.rothlis.net/d/templates/

This misses the "not previously published" rule by a few months, but I =
don't think anyone apart from me and the googlebot has read it yet. :-)  =
(I mostly wrote it for myself, as a vehicle for experimenting with =
semantic code highlighting and a style of documentation tied to source =
control history.)

Anyway the article itself is about my fumbling attempts at using =
templates/mixins/CTFE. It attempts to give a sense of what D is like, =
rather than being a how-to or in-depth exposition.

Cheers,

David R=F6thlisberger.
Mar 30 2011
next sibling parent Ishan Thilina <ishanthilina gmail.com> writes:
http://david.rothlis.net/d/templates/

This misses the "not previously published" rule by a few months, but I
don't think anyone apart from me and the googlebot has read it yet. :-)
(I mostly wrote it for myself, as a vehicle for experimenting with
semantic code highlighting and a style of documentation tied to source
control history.)

Anyway the article itself is about my fumbling attempts at using
templates/mixins/CTFE. It attempts to give a sense of what D is like,
rather than being a how-to or in-depth exposition.

Cheers,

David Röthlisberger.

Wow, that sure looks helpful. Thank you very much :)
Mar 30 2011
prev sibling parent Walter Bright <newshound2 digitalmars.com> writes:
On 3/30/2011 2:34 AM, David Röthlisberger wrote:
 http://david.rothlis.net/d/templates/

 This misses the "not previously published" rule by a few months,

I'm afraid it does :-(
 but I don't
 think anyone apart from me and the googlebot has read it yet. :-)  (I mostly
 wrote it for myself, as a vehicle for experimenting with semantic code
 highlighting and a style of documentation tied to source control history.)

It's still a nice article and deserves a wider audience. Anyone care to do the honors and post a link to the article on Reddit? I hope you'll write a followup article and submit it!
Mar 30 2011