Subject: Re: [boost] [review] Heaps
From: Tim Blechmann (tim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-01 12:35:11
> > I'd like to announce the beginning of the review of the Heap library,
> I have a couple of issues that I'd like to see addressed, but I'd like
> to discuss them rather than just noting them in the review app.
> One of my primary objections to the current design is the use of
> unspecified policy parameters in the template parameter list of the
> main data structures. I think that it is important to limit the number
> of top-level template parameters to only non-policy parameters.
of course this can be discussed ... i somehow like this explicit way of
specifying parameters, but this is probably my personal preference ...
i think it would be great to have a clear policy among all (or all new) boost
libraries ... then this can be discussed once and only once ... i would prefer
to have clear interface guidelines instead of arguing about personal preferences
> Second, it protects the template interface from later design
> decisions. For example, if you accept Thorstens recommendation to
> parameterize over the container type, you don't have to add a new
> top-level template parameter; you would only have to modify the
> default policies and the metafunctions that query for it.
... i haven't really worked with c++0x, yet ... but isn't this address by
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