From: Pavel Vozenilek (pavel_vozenilek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-09 14:01:16
>> 9. Win32 Intel fix: by default I get error:
>> C:\work\reviews\hash\hash\boost/functional/hash.hpp(226): error:
>> no instance of overloaded function "boost::hash_value" matches the
>> argument list
>> argument types are: (const test::custom)
>> return hash_value(val);
>> one needs to add compiler option:
>> to enable ADL with Intel when emulating VC6.
> The custom test is only going to work on compilers with ADL - that's
> deliberate so that the test results will show what works and what doesn't.
> On compilers without ADL, you'll have to add the overload to the boost
Could there be page describing what works where and
what workarounds may be needed?
>> 10. performance: wouldn't it be better to provide
>> hand written specialization for std::string/wstring
>> instead of relying on hash_range/combine?
>> The compiler may not optimize chain of functions
>> out/pass parameters in most efficient way/
>> keep most data in registers.
>> It's just feeling, I didn't do any measurements.
> Maybe. I would want to do some profiling before doing that sort of
If possible within larger app. Compiler may get under time pressure
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