From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-27 12:44:36
> > No. No. You still fail to get the point. I don't bother (yet) how fast
> > your pointer and how simple is an interface (once it is different from
> > conventional)
> > What I asked you to prove is: "to prove that conventional way does not
> work here while yours does"
> The conventional way will always work there's no doubt. I can't prove the
That are we talking about then?
> contrary except for negligible small memory restrictions. It is a pure
> simple speed _extension_...
Couldn't you implement this "extension" in conventional way?
> I thought that Boost was all about this?!?
I don't think that true. Boost libraries (almost) never consider performance
as first priority.
> Thank you.
> Philippe A. Bouchard
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