From: Pierre Aubert (pierre.aubert_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-20 03:28:06
"David Abrahams" <abrahams_at_[hidden]> writes:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <Hubert.Holin_at_[hidden]>
> > Paris (U.E.), le 20/12/2000
> > Hello
> > Some time ago I posted an implementation for quaternions on
> > comp.std.c++, and was told boost was a more appropriate venue for this
> > kind of submission.
> > I would therefore know if there is interest in that tool
> > among the boost constituents.
> Unfortunately (?) I personally have no need for quaternions in my work, but
> I am very interested in seeing boost grow to include high-level numerics. As
> far as I'm concerned, such a library would be most welcome, though we might
> find it hard to come up with qualified reviewers. So far, I think our active
> participants have not inlcuded many numerics experts or even heavy numerics
> users, though I'd love to be proven wrong by a flood posts to the contrary.
I have a great use of quaternion(s), I already have one quaternion class for
a long time, but it would be nice to find a faster one. I will look in
-- Pierre F. Aubert. pierre.aubert_at_[hidden] http://pierre.aubert.free.fr pierre.aubert_at_[hidden]
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