From: Thorsten Ottosen (thorsten.ottosen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-22 05:16:07
Darren Cook wrote:
>>>>Did you consider a generic tree design? If so
>>>>why did you reject it in favour of this one?
>>Along those lines, I have regularly used an open source
>>implementation of a generic tree structure that I have come to dearly
>>love: the forest class from the Adobe Source Library <http://
>>opensource.adobe.com/group__forest__related.html>. If it's not
>>terribly overreaching, I humbly suggest that adobe::forest would be a
>>good model for boost to adopt as a generic tree structure.
> Someone else mentioned this and I just skimmed the tutorial, and it
> looks good. And my smile gets even bigger when I see the license (MIT)
> is boost-compatible.
> Instead of muttering about lack of boost::tree I'll give this a try next
> time I need a tree structure.
It looks nice, so now we just need somebody to make it into boost
standards. The docs certainly need some work.
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