Subject: Re: [boost] How to structurate libraries ?
From: Mathias Gaunard (mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-01-19 18:10:10
Joel Falcou wrote:
> Ok, I'm really curious to here what you think is worthy to be a library
> and what is only worth a mere patch ?
Why not modify Boost.uBlas so that it uses vectorization, then use
Boost.uBlas as a basis to write other vectorization-aware libraries?
Introducing a new library that does it then rewriting Boost.uBlas in
terms of that library seems to be more work; especially since both
libraries would have a very similar interface.
> Have you ever tried optimizing *any* code using vector intrinsics on any
> kind of platform ?
I have used the GCC vector intrinsics, yes.
I didn't find it that hard. At least much easier than writing inline
Reading that sentence, however, I'm not too sure we're talking about the
Are you saying those intrinsics aren't enough to generate optimal code?
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