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digitalmars.D - Size does matter: TDPL reaches the size of Modern C++ Design

reply Andrei Alexandrescu <SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> writes:
Modern C++ Design has 323 pages including index. I'm glad to report that 
  just about now TDPL has reached the same size. Let's hope the quality 
of TDPL is better!

Follow TDPL progress in real-time at http://erdani.com.

I wish I could mark this anniversary with another free sample chapter, 
but my publisher wouldn't allow it.


Andrei
Nov 01 2009
next sibling parent Pablo Ripolles <in-call gmx.net> writes:
Andrei Alexandrescu Wrote:

 Modern C++ Design has 323 pages including index. I'm glad to report that 
   just about now TDPL has reached the same size. Let's hope the quality 
 of TDPL is better!
 
 Follow TDPL progress in real-time at http://erdani.com.
 
 I wish I could mark this anniversary with another free sample chapter, 
 but my publisher wouldn't allow it.
 
 
 Andrei

Hello, in this regard I really admire the hgbook http://hgbook.red-bean.com/ I guess that the number of erratas that get debuged and of reflexions that come out rises the quality of the book considerably. Thanks anyway. Cheers!
Nov 01 2009
prev sibling next sibling parent Nick B <"nick_NOSPAM_.barbalich" gmail.com> writes:
Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
[snip]
 
 I wish I could mark this anniversary with another free sample chapter, 
 but my publisher wouldn't allow it.
 

There goes all that free QA checking ! Nick B
Nov 01 2009
prev sibling parent Chad J <chadjoan __spam.is.bad__gmail.com> writes:
Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
 Modern C++ Design has 323 pages including index. I'm glad to report that
  just about now TDPL has reached the same size. Let's hope the quality
 of TDPL is better!
 
 Follow TDPL progress in real-time at http://erdani.com.
 
 I wish I could mark this anniversary with another free sample chapter,
 but my publisher wouldn't allow it.
 
 
 Andrei

Nice read. So it seems array.length += foo; is going to end up working somehow. If it's going to be by property expression rewriting, then I hope you guys are either OK with waiting for me or are not bothering to wait for me. I feel kinda bad that I haven't made that patch already. That and your final draft deadline is Nov. 9. I've been distracted by working feverishly to get a game of mine submitted in the IGF and IGC game competitions, and somehow I need to get a job too. When the game is submitted though, property expression rewriting will take second place only to job search, which means I'll probably have time for it. Looks like we get value-type static arrays too. Awesome. That's some sexy code there ;)
Nov 02 2009