From: Andy Little (andy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-06-28 15:08:50
> FYI - we just posted a 55 minute Flash presentation regarding GIL. You
> may find watching it more convenient than reading the tutorial.
The flash tutorial was excellent and very informative. I hope you provide a link
in the submitted documentation.
AFAICS Its a very good demonstration of Generic programming, as well as use of
metafunctions and boost lambda. and bringing compile time entities into runtime
Below are some quick thoughts from a very amteur perspective.
Note comments based on GIL in release version of ASL.1.0.17
- Rather than int width, int height for image why not image_size(width, height).
- What is point used for <adobe/gil/core/utilities.hpp> ?
- Isnt point2<T> always an Integer? Why is it converted to a float:
#include <iterator> // shouldnt be necessary here
std::cout << typeid(p * 2).name() <<'\n';
- Is point2 * point2 useful?
- Is point2 << point2 useful?
- point2 may not be legal C++ as written FWIW:
- Arent point2's actually position vectors?
- Boost.Numeric.Converter can be used for rounding and conversion of float to
int. Adds range
checking too, but slower, is that why you dont use it?
- utility.hpp needs to include <iterator>
- locator might be renamed cursor.
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