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From: Ronald Garcia (garcia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-20 11:24:25

Hi Matias,

I have received your request and will add Bimap to the review queue.


On Nov 19, 2006, at 3:25 PM, Matias Capeletto wrote:

> Boost.Bimap is ready for review. Here is the overview:
> With Boost.Bimap you can create associative containers in which both
> types can be used as key. A bimap<X,Y> can be thought of as a
> combination of a std::map<X,Y> and a std::map<Y,X>. The learning curve
> of bimap is almost flat if you know how to use standard containers. A
> great deal of effort has been put into mapping the naming scheme of
> the
> STL in Boost.Bimap. The library is designed to match the common STL
> containers.
> The project main page can be found here
> boost_projects/boost_bimap.html
> The sources have been upload to the Boost Vault too.
> direction=0&order=&directory=Containers&
> This library is the result of one of the ten Boost SoC projects.
> I was mentored by Joaquin López Muñoz, and he has been helping me to
> reach this point. (Thanks again!)
> An informal review was requested near the end of the SoC.
> The complete thread can be found here:
> Changes since SoC dead-line:
> * New set_of type: unconstrained_set_of. Now it is possible to
> build standard unidirectional maps between the new framework.
> * Mutable data while iterating. In the case of non key-based set_of
> types (list_of, vector_of and unconstrained_set_of) the associated
> data of that side can be modified directly using iterators.
> * Internal reworking to simplify things.
> * More tests.
> * Proof-read docs. (Thanks Paul Giaccone!)
> Best regards
> Matias Capeletto
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