Subject: Re: [boost] [review] Heaps
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-01 09:11:02
> >> I'd like to announce the beginning of the review of the Heap library,
> >> written by Tim Blechmann
> > A quick glance. On the surface it looks really good.
> Also, if it is not already possible, those heaps that use
> an std::vector ir similar internally should have this data-structure
> as a template argument s.t. we can easily change this. In some
> application it might even be possible to use boost::array<T,N>.
hm ... not sure about this: the implementations requires push_back/pop_back
(which are not available for boost::array) and random access iterators. the
std::vector can be configured to use a different allocator using parameters and
one can use `reserve' to reserve memory for the vector ...
so i do not really see a specific use case, where one really wants to use a
different container, or do you have a specific case?
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