From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-18 08:36:39
Bruno Lalande wrote:
> Thanks for your feedback, I will take it into account to improve the
> documentation. Actually I wasn't sure how long and detailed it was
> expected to be, so I preferred to do something short at first. Also
> for the description of error handling, I didn't want to end up with
> something too repetitive regarding what is already described in the
> Boost.Math error handling documentation. But indeed, a short and
> concise enough demo could be of help.
> About the "known in advance" expression, I myself hesitated a lot. The
> choice depends on who we prefer to talk to : the mathematician (for
> whom "fixed" and "known in advance" should be more natural) or the
> programmer (who will find "known at compile-time" more expressive).
How about simply "known at compile time" as a compromise :-)
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