From: Dave Abrahams (abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-05-30 14:48:21
--- In boost_at_[hidden], Gary Powell <Gary.Powell_at_s...> wrote:
> Looks neat.
> I request that the use of
> #include <boost/...>
> be changed to
> #include "boost/..."
> I was recently informed that <> was reserved for standard libraries
> Since boost isn't quite there yet, lets use ""
I think you're misinformed about the reservation, but I don't have a
strong opinion on our #include convention.
> Also for insert_unique and insert_equal that take a range, would it
> it to call m_impl.reserve(m_impl.size() + distance(first,last) ); ?
> it puts another restriction on the implementation, (requires
> fn) but the added efficiency of allocating the additional space in
> could be worth it.
That sounds like a good idea. BTW, I have a reserve() function.
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