{Review] Coroutine reviewstarts today, September 3rd

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{Review] Coroutine reviewstarts today, September 3rd

Hartmut Kaiser

Hi all,

The review of Oliver Kowalke's Boost.Coroutine library starts today,
September 3rd 2012, and will end on September 12th.
I really hope to see your vote and your participation in the discussions on
the Boost mailing lists!


About the library:

Boost.Coroutine provides templates for generalized subroutines (coroutines)
which allow multiple entry points for suspending and resuming execution at
certain locations. It preserves local state/data and allows re-entering
subroutines more than once (useful if state must be kept across function
calls). Coroutines can be viewed as a language-level construct providing
a special kind of control flow.

You can download the library and the view documentation here:

docs: http://ok73.ok.funpic.de/boost/libs/coroutine/doc/html/
src: http://ok73.ok.funpic.de/boost.coroutine.zip


Please always state in your review, whether you think the library should be
accepted as a Boost library!

Additionally please consider giving feedback on the following general

- What is your evaluation of the design?
- What is your evaluation of the implementation?
- What is your evaluation of the documentation?
- What is your evaluation of the potential usefulness of the library?
- Did you try to use the library?  With what compiler?  Did you have any
- How much effort did you put into your evaluation? A glance? A quick
reading? In-depth study?
- Are you knowledgeable about the problem domain?

Regards Hartmut
Review Manager

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