Subject: Re: [boost] How to manage Graph Property ?
From: nguyen vu tri (nvutri_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-04-15 20:23:45
> What would you need that for? boost::property doesn't have any members --
>> it's just a tag saying which properties to generate. Did you want the
>> vertex_index property map instead? In that case, do:
>> property_map<Graph, vertex_index_t> pm(get(vertex_index, g));
>> -- Jeremiah Willcock
What I am trying to do is to test if the Vertex Properties of two graphs are
the same or not.
Also, I intend to use is_same<Vertex_Property_1, Vertex_Property_2> for
> property_map<Graph, vertex_index_t> pm(get(vertex_index, g));
> Well, I think using Property Tag is a great way. However, since coders can
install their own tags, I do not know how to test all these tags.
> What would you need that for?
I would need it for the GSoC Graph Connectives which I have applied to. In
my opinion, to proceed the Graph Connectives, two initial graphs must
share both the Vertex and Edge Properties.
Would you mind having a look at my Proposal Abstract?
I hope this will implement more clearly what I am trying to do.
I really appreciate your help,
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