default_on_missingfactory error policy, which invokes a stored functor if the given ID does not map to a creator.
element_typewill be recognized). Breaking change: To reduce code horror and increase uniformity, all abstract types must now be specified as a pointer, be it a raw pointer or a smart pointer. This should hopefully help push the concept that the abstract types' result-type represents what is actually returned by the factory.
throws have been replaced with
abstract_factory::create. Uses Fusion sequences internally, which gives great flexibility for handling invocation and general meddling with arguments (e.g. binding)
wrapped_new_ptrpromoted to non-detail namespace
auto_ptrs (potentially breaking change).
nullptr_on_missing_prototypeerror policy for prototypes.
BOOST_DEDUCED_TYPENAMEand all nested template type declarations with
BOOST_NESTED_TEMPLATE, hopefully increasing compatibility (although this library requires a highly conformant compiler anyway, so might not make much of a difference in practice).
Based on feedback and advice from v1.0, the standard factory implementation has been completely rewritten. The changes are not backwards compatible, and the old version is to be considered deprecated.
Initial release on http://arcticinteractive.com