From: Bernhard Reiter (ockham_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-18 17:02:27
Am Dienstag, den 18.07.2006, 14:52 +1000 schrieb Manfred Doudar:
> Hi all:
> Lately I've taken look at the available material re Boost SoC Generic
> Tree container, and find many parallels in what I am trying to attempt
> here at work (with seemingly one exception, see query below), and making
> good headway with a relatively robust and generic design (, though I'd
> hate to be reinventing the wheel).
and nice to know about other people's ongoing efforts! (I'm the SoC
student in charge of trees).
> However, what I could not pick out is whether or not the proposed tree
> can or intends to support a node owning multiple parents(?)
Well, I'm trying to keep everything as generic (and hopefully
extensible) as possible, but I have to admit that I haven't given that
much thought yet. As people point out in the other thread, isn't
multiple parent nodes something you'd rather want a graph library (like
the BGL) for? If not, I'd be glad if you could give me an idea about the
cases that might be interesting for trees...
> Apologies to all others for the noise, but I wasn't sure where else to
> post the question.
There's boostsoc2006tree_at_[hidden], set up by my mentor, René
Rivera. I'd be glad about any input and/or share... ;-)