Date: 2000-03-08 19:43:34
Jens Maurer writes:
> interval-1.0 by Jeremy Siek (thanks for the code) is quite modern,
> has documentation, is templated, has trancendental functions, but
> is only usable for non-commercial stuff, thus it is incompatible
> with boost copyright policies. In addition, it has several places
> where it re-implements std::min() or std::max(), I don't like
> the non-const accessor functions, pred() can return a non-proper
> interval, and it defines isnan(), although in my implementation of
> ISO C99 (gcc 2.95.2, glibc 2.1.2), it's a macro (you may call that
> a design error).
BTW, much of the credit for interval-1.0 goes to Arun Rodrigues.
It looks like in his extreme humility he forgot to put his name
(or anyone elses) in the AUTHORS file. Arun is an undergrad
at Univ. Notre Dame that I work with.
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