From: brass goowy (brass_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-22 15:19:32
>> There isn't a library to download. Its an online service.
>Ah OK, that makes it a useless in real world apps then for me and
>probably a lot of other people.
Do you think online code generation is useless in general?
>From the docs it looks like you only
>support some predefined types as well.
We support user defined types, but there are limitations in this area.
We're working on removing the limitations.
>It would be more useful if you
>publish the exact performance tests (and build files) you use so we can
>make meaningful comparisions and know we're testing the same thing.
Right. In doing this I found an error in what I reported about the sizes of
the executables. I said that the Boost 1.35 version on Linux was about
~22,000 bytes and the EE version ~8,200 bytes. I had an include of
an .ipp file in the boost version that wasn't needed. (It was needed on
Windows.) When I removed that the Boost version was ~16,800 bytes.
The run time numbers didn't change after removing the include.
Sorry about the incorrect report.
The Boost version of the test is here
The EE version
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