From: Johan Råde (rade_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-08 01:53:40
> Ok, this explains why your library is so usefull (thank you). My concern is that I have lots of tests that I would like to run on different machines/systems and the easiest way to check the results is
> to compare output text files with reference text files. This is not possible because Windows writes 1.0e+003 and linux 1.0e+03! I think this is something missing in the standard that would really
If having exactly the same formatting of floating point numbers on different
platforms is important to you, then you can fix that by deriving your own facet
class from std::num_put.
If it is only for testing purposes, then you can probably do without many of the bells
in whistles in the standard implementation.
It should not be too much work.
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