Subject: Re: [boost] new library (space partitioning)
From: Barend Gehrels (barend_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-28 05:14:42
First I'm very interested in your library.
Is it already uploaded into Vault? Could you publish the URL? If you
didn't upload it already, you might consider to use the Boost SVN
> I think that the library I'd like to develop don't fit in
> Boost.Geometry. The purposes of both are different. Space partitioning
> (in mathematical meaning), is a separate problem. Functionality like
> this may be used in library like Boost.Geometry but might be used with
> a large number of different libraries as well. As I see it, it should
> be a set of general, n-dimensional solutions. Therefore I think, that
> it should be a separate library.
I probably agree with this. However, I would like to investigate if a
coupling of these two libraries is possible, to provide the users of
Boost.Geometry with a good spatial index which works for them by default
and which can thus also be used for other purposes.
So Boost.Geometry might follow your library, or you might use some
concepts of Boost.Geometry, but I would like to see the sources to say
more about this.
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