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Subject: Re: [boost] [review] Heaps
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-01 12:24:37

> > what kind of pre- and postconditions are you refering to? do you have
> > anything specific in mind? or is there a library which does this in a
> > very good way?
> >
> >> and that the implementaion checks these with assertions
> >> e.g. for increase()/decrease()
> >> (didn't look at the source).
> >
> > ... this is a good point ... i should probably add some sanity checks
> I couln't find a precondition in the docs for eg. increase().

the concept->mutability is describing this API in detail, but i will try to
improve the documentation in the class reference ...

> >> Please also specify clearly what the requirements are for T on which
> >> the containers are templated. Is the implementation maximally generic in
> >> this area?
> >
> > i do not really see any restriction on the held type ...
> ? surely it must support a linear ordering? operator<?

well, i meant, i do not see any non-trivial restriction on the held type ;) of
course it must support a total order

cheers, tim

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