published at 09.08.2018 20:08
A specific action causes one of my applications to crash. And so far I've just ignored it, as its not something that hinders daily use. But as I mostly get to work with code written by my self, no body else to blame or fix it. So yesterday I thought - ok - lets quickly fix this. After all I had the IDE already open...
published at 26.04.2018 23:11
... might not mix that well. And its an interesting language detail causing it.
published at 12.04.2018 23:41
So in March of this year I did play around with two libraries in Qt and boost, to test out some ideas. This post is about ideas and problems I'm currently thinking about.
published at 29.03.2018 15:32
So far I covered the basics for connecting boost fusion adapted structs with Qts Model/View architecture. Today is the next step: a simple dialog for editing a single instance of such a fusion enabled type.
published at 24.03.2018 23:05
Lets say you have a compile type defined type, like a tuple or a fusion sequence. And its easy to access, just call get<Index>(variable) and you get the reference to the types run time instance in the index. Easy. But for this you need to know which index to call at compile time. What if you get that index only at runtime? Like in the previously mentioned Model/View Interface of Qt?More Blog entries