From: Lucas Galfaso (lgalfaso_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-27 14:34:41
I usually do not write a lot here, but sometimes follow some of the
I have coded a bigint lib about 2 years ago and decided to propose it as a
Boost lib. At that moment I thought that uBlas had a bigint lib, so I never
propose my lib to Boost. If anybody is interested, the possibility is still
"Jonathan Turkanis" <technews_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> David Abrahams wrote:
>> "Jonathan Turkanis" <technews_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> Dear All,
>>> Several months ago I became the official maintainer of
>>> Boost.Rational, and am just now getting around to considering
>>> proposed modifications to the library.
>>> I would like to know:
>>> 1. Do people use Boost.Rational, and if so, what is it used for, and
>>> with what template parameters?
>> I'm not using it now, but I will probably want to throw it at my
>> upcoming linear algebra code, using an unlimited precision integer
>> type (if I can find one) as the template parameter.
> Would it be kosher for me to grab a bigint class from the Yahoo files
> section --
> say the one by Ronald Garcia and Andrew Lumsdaine -- make sure it is in
> shape, and let it be the default template parameter to rational?
> Naturally, as
> soon as a bigint class is accepted I would use it instead.
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