From: Tobias Schwinger (tschwinger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-27 10:36:47
Pavel Chikulaev wrote:
> "Tobias Schwinger" <tschwinger_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> As far as I can see, the semantics you propose can be decorated easily
>> via MPL
>> (set,begin,find,distance) and their use is uncommon enough to leave it an
>> excercise to the user. Am I missing something ?
> I used MPL and tuples to achieve such semantics, but I've used two
> mpl::vectors(although map would be better here I think). Yeah
> implemention is a bit uncommon for most users :) (See attachment). But
> client code is quite clean and has good readability imho.
Oh - here's a slight misunderstanding. I meant usefulness and not efficiency:
I'm afraid the use case is too uncommon for "ordinary users" -- and those who are
"type system hackers" anyway can get it done quite easily (or use Fusion --
reading Joel's post)...
I'm sorry, it's not my intention to discourage you and I find it great you are
motivated to make a useful submission!
You'ld have my vote for some shiny new memory management components for example,
such as sub heaps, strided pools, optimized block copy, etc. - if I'ld have the
time ITM, I'ld volunteer for it myself ;-)...
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