Subject: Re: [boost] Namespace policy: putting names in boost::detail
From: Vicente Botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-07-04 12:53:59
Mathias Gaunard-2 wrote:
> A GSoC student and I are currently converting a library to use the
> namespace boost::simd.
> Some of the implementation details of the library are not simd-specific,
> and we would like to use them in some other libraries that extend
> Would it be ok to put them in the boost::detail namespace, or is that
> considered as bad as putting stuff in the boost namespace?
> We need to inject overloads and specializations into a unique namespace
> for boost.simd and NT2, so we could need two names, like
> boost::detail::dispatch and boost::detail::specialize.
What kind of dispatch and specializations do you need to share that they can
not be on simd? Maybe some more context will help.
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