From: Robert Zeh (razeh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-05 17:27:39
Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> writes:
> At 11:43 AM 12/3/2003, Robert Zeh wrote:
> >I have completed implementations of char_separator and
> >offset_separator that are many times faster then the current
> >implementations. They are faster because they use the Token's assign
> >method rather then operator +=.
> >When supplied with input_iterators the faster implementations fall
> >back to operator +=, and there is no speed gain.
> >A more description and some timing code is available at:
> Hi Robert,
> Looks interesting.
> I'm not sure that John Bandela reads this list regularly, so please
> try to contact him directly if you don't get a response here.
> If that fails, post something here and we'll round up someone else to
> review you suggested changes.
John R. Bandela has a proposed fix that he should be ready to check
into CVS, but it uses boost::mpl. Does this new dependency bother anyone?
The fix uses boost::mpl so that it can be used with iterators that are
pointers on compilers that do not support partial template
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