From: Stjepan Rajko (stipe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-04 04:28:36
OK I got to play with the library finally :-) It seems pretty
complete, nice work! I derived a little class based on your cvalarray
called cvalarray_constructible which offers the constructors I was
suggesting (for N<=UNROLL_LIMIT). Source attached, if you're
interested (it uses your original cvalarray.h except it wants v to be
protected instead of private). I'm not sure whether in its current
state it works interchangeably with cvalarray objects, though.
One other comment - instead of storing the array as a member T v[N],
maybe you can consider inheriting boost::array<T, N>. This would give
you iteration support and a few other things, assuming it wouldn't
cause any problems.
On 5/30/07, Stjepan Rajko <stipe_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 5/30/07, Michael Tegtmeyer <tegtmeye_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > In any case, the decision to stray from std::valarray's interface in this
> > area was an arbitrary one so it is easy to chose the other option. The
> > interface now mimics std::valarray for single value as well as pointer
> > arguments in that they require a size parameter.
> > The test cases and docs have been updated and the new version
> > (cvalarray-.1.3.tar.gz) is now in the vault.
> > I have also included MSVS project files located in the 'tests' directory
> > that will run all 24 tests. I do not use MSVS much so I don't promise that
> > it is elegant.
> Thanks very much for doing this! I will try to take a look at the new
> version tomorrow.
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