These are chat archives for ChaiScript/ChaiScript

9th
May 2015
Roland Bock
@rbock
May 09 2015 06:50
Sounds good. I am thinking about doing something like http://www.makotemplates.org/ for C++. ChaiScript might be a part of that, too.
patlecat
@patlecat
May 09 2015 06:54
I'm using mustache for templating.
patlecat
@patlecat
May 09 2015 07:29
My webapp server framework is about speed, security and convenience. So that everyone in need of high performance and / or needing a C interface to his other services or device can get started with ease. C++ is hard but making a website shouldn't be any harder than with Ruby or PHP.
Roland Bock
@rbock
May 09 2015 07:54
Same here :-) Are you planning to publish your framework on github?
patlecat
@patlecat
May 09 2015 08:00
Yes, it's called WorkHorz and can be found here: https://github.com/RedSilkSoftware There's no code yet. But since I will finish soon with my WebTooth project that will use ChaiScript too I plan to get things going on the #WorkHorz :D
oh hash-tags don't work here? Hm :worried:
Roland Bock
@rbock
May 09 2015 08:58
Thanks!
patlecat
@patlecat
May 09 2015 09:01
Bitte :)
Your SQL2C++ libs look very interesting too. Are they all sharing the same API towards C++? Are they real ORMs?
Roland Bock
@rbock
May 09 2015 13:00
sqlpp11 is not an ORM. It is an EDSL that allows you to construct SQL queries in a type- and name-safe manner. sqlpp11 itself is database-neutral . The database-specific stuff is done in the connector libraries. If you have more questions about it, please contact me on github or by mail.
patlecat
@patlecat
May 09 2015 13:56
Ok
Jason Turner
@lefticus
May 09 2015 22:14
I'm thinking from all of this talk that maybe regex support should be next. I just need to provide a nice clean language support for the std::regex. Just haven't decided on a syntax yet
I kind of want something like what ruby can do