From: Gabriel Dos Reis (Gabriel.Dos-Reis_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-22 04:45:38
| --- In boost_at_y..., Gabriel Dos Reis <Gabriel.Dos-Reis_at_c...> wrote:
| > helmut.zeisel_at_a... writes:
| > | Which of these libraries could be
| > | a starting point for inclusion into a future C++ standard,
| > | by offering a complete C++ interface
| > | (compatible e.g. to boost::rational and boost::operators)
| > | and providing a boost compatible license?
| > I don't have the answer but any such library should seriously
| > consider interaction with existing practice such GMP.
| So instead of providing an own implementation
| this would mean to write a C++ wrapper for GMP.
More precisely making it possible to choose GMP as the kernel -- more
generally make it possible to choose one's own kernel. I used LiDIA
back in 1996 which did that; I don't know how the situation has
evolved since then.
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