Subject: Re: [boost] [xint] Sixth release, preliminary review again please
From: DE (satan66613_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-06-28 07:09:50
on 25.06.2010 at 20:13
Chad Nelson wrote :
> No one has mentioned any objections to it in the week since I posted the
> latest version. Does that mean that there aren't any problems with it,
> or that no one has looked at it? ;-)
> To anyone interested in it, please answer this: do you think it's ready
> for official review?
> I've still got some minor additions to make to the documentation, but
> unless someone comes up with a problem, the version of the code in the
> Sandbox should be pretty much complete.
i'd say it's pretty much complete for a review
i looked at it but when i wanted to say a thing about it it turned out
someone else has already said that
anyway making it into boost once you can always make xint 2.0 with
slight improvements (over the previous version)
one more thing: i liked it better when arbitrary sized integer and
fixed integer were distinct classes
good luck with the review!
-- Pavel P.S. if you notice a grammar mistake or weird phrasing in my message please point it out
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