[LAD] LAD] RT-Safe UI/Engine Decoupling using Functional
pcoccoli at gmail.com
Sun Aug 7 20:05:52 UTC 2011
On Sat, Aug 6, 2011 at 6:10 PM, Florian Paul Schmidt
<mista.tapas at gmx.net> wrote:
> On 08/07/2011 12:06 AM, Florian Paul Schmidt wrote:
>> Actually, type safety would go out of the window, as the signature of a
>> function is not really apparent from the symbol table. So some caution would
>> have to be used when sending commands, making sure that the types of
>> arguments are right. Before creating the boost::bind functor the raw
>> function pointer from dlsym would have to be cast to the right type.. Maybe
>> boost::bind would be the wrong approach here alltogether.. Will need to
>> think about it a bit more..
> OMG, could this be the one single place where polish notation would have a
> place? To clarify: Encode the signature of functions in the name of the
> function and restrict yourself to several function signatures that cover the
> kind of functions you want to expose. Then you could cast into the
> appropriate type and again use boost::bind..
> Ugly, am I on crack? Who knows? Going to party now. Laters,
In C++, isn't the signature of the function encoded in the symbol
table via name mangling?
This is not meant to imply that I think this is good idea...
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