From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-04-17 19:01:33
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From: "Paul Mensonides" <pmenso57_at_[hidden]>
> You also slow down compile times with extra instantiations of the
> support the abstraction between the algorithms and the lists. I think
> speed of compilation is more about pure number of instantiations than
> of instantiation
What is your basis for that conclusion? Are you speculating?
I happen to know that in one popular compiler implementation, name
mangling is the limiting factor, such that instantiation depth has a
direct impact on speed.
> . That compiler-defined limit is really only there to protect
> the compiler from recursing indefinitely:
But in some compilers it is hard-coded (e.g. recent CodeWarrior
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