Subject: Re: [boost] Another GGL review
From: Jonathan Franklin (franklin.jonathan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-17 20:51:46
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 6:12 PM, Phil Endecott
> In my
> experience, the only significant novelty in the interface is how to
> represent 2D ranges (i.e. to iterate over the points in a rectangle); a
> range2d type that takes a reference to the container and its bounds and
> provides a similar interface as the container itself has worked for me.
Ultimately, we will iterate over a set of points (as returned by a
However, we need at *least* 2- and 3-d ranges for most use cases. And
IMO, the interface should support higher dimension. Choosing the
right interface to support both 2 and 3 dimensions *should* make it
easily extendible to k dimensions.
I'm actually *very* interested in k-d ranges... But expect to add
support for them myself at some point, as I'm probably one of very few
who actually wants this capability.
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