From: Paul A Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-21 04:38:58
>[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Robert Kawulak
>Sent: 20 August 2007 18:35
>Subject: [boost] Constrained Value library
>At last I've managed to find some time to polish the
>Constrained Value library
Looks good (invaluable even) to me.
1 "The implementation heavily relies on the capability of a compiler to perform EBO (the Empty Base-class Optimization). Lack of
this capability can decrease size (and possibly speed) performance of the generated code."
Do you mean Lack of this capability can *increase* size and decrease performance...??
You could be specific about what Borland option is needed for EBO.
2 I don't see any examples with floating-point. Does this mean that it is only suitable for integral types? Could a
floating-point type set to a NaN if out of bounds?
3 Some inline comments on the example could explain why some definitions are so verbose - for those who have yet to RTFM ;-)
4 Ready for review IMO.
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