Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc] boost.heap update
From: Roland Bock (rbock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-29 10:55:59
Tim Blechmann wrote:
>>>> One more thing: Even if boost heaps are probably quite easy to use, I'd
>>>> add a small tutorial/examples section that shows some working code using
>>>> heaps and their features.
>>> well, in the concepts section, i am trying to explain the concepts and
>>> give some example code. not sure, if it is better to separate concepts
>>> and examples or to combine them ...
>> The sample code in the concepts section is nice to illustrate the
>> concepts, but these are just code snippets. It would be nice to have
>> some examples which just compile and do something.
> well, there is some actual code, that should compile and do something ;)
I trust it compiles, but since there is no main function, it doesn't
actually do anything, right? I get no executable. Nothing to start
I am not looking for something elaborate, but two or three small
applications that just do something and allow me to experiment with a
new library without writing anything from scratch.
IMHO, Boost.Asio has a particularly nice example section with use cases
and working example programs:
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