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Is PETE (Portable Expression Template Engine) still alive?

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I am interested in using expression templates techniques for my container
classes. On the web I found PETE:

http://acts.nersc.gov/pete/main.html

However the download links seems to be broken and emails to the developer
mailing list returned from a mailer-daemon. Mails to the webmaster where
unanswered.

Does anybody know whether it's still actively developed? Or are there other
libraries, which allow to "add expression templates"? Or are there new
techniques, which make the whole idea of PETE obsolete?

Thanks in advance
Jul 22 '05 #1
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On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 10:47:00 +0200, Michael Lehn
<le**@mathematik.uni-ulm.de> wrote:
I am interested in using expression templates techniques for my container
classes. On the web I found PETE:

http://acts.nersc.gov/pete/main.html

However the download links seems to be broken and emails to the developer
mailing list returned from a mailer-daemon. Mails to the webmaster where
unanswered.

Does anybody know whether it's still actively developed? Or are there other
libraries, which allow to "add expression templates"? Or are there new
techniques, which make the whole idea of PETE obsolete?


Try http://daixtrose.sourceforge.net/. I've not used it, so I can't
vouch for how good it is, but I'm pretty sure you need a quite
standards conforming compiler, such as gcc 3.4+ or VC7.1+.

Tom
Jul 22 '05 #2

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