Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: DE (satan66613_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-11 14:35:27
on 11.08.2009 at 22:11
Rutger ter Borg wrote :
> Thanks :-) I'm not sure, but portable may not mean "without dependencies of
> any other code whatsoever". There's also Boost.Python, Boost.MPI,
> Boost.Filesystem, Boost.Asio, etc., which all depend on some external API.
you are welcome!
maybe portable doesn't mean external-dependance-free but at least a
library must not depend on other entities rather than standard
facilities or OS
i prefer bundles like e.g. qt: once you got it you build it and use
and nothing else matters
i don't like when lib needs something else to use it
rather a particular lib can deliver a feature of extesibility or
integration with 3rd-party software
e.g. doxygen which is able to draw it's own ugly class diagrams but
allows you to use external graphviz tool seamlessly to generate state
of the art pics
> Interesting. Have you looked at MTL4?
i swear it looks familiar to me but i don't actually remeber
i'll use all that references as a reference (oops! pun again) while
polishing my own lib
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