Subject: Re: [boost] [complex] Feedback and Potential Review Manager
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-05-01 07:06:24
> -----Original Message-----
> From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Matthieu
> Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2012 10:49 AM
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Subject: Re: [boost] [complex] Feedback and Potential Review Manager
> > 1) Various functions use macros like M_PI_2.
> > These macros do not provide enough precision for a multiprecision
> > type. And they will be inefficient for some fixed-point types. Perhaps
> > you need to "bite the bullet" and use boost::math::constants.
> > (Is M_PI_2 even part of C++, or is it only lurking around in<math.h>
> > of GCC?)
> > 2) Ditto for the LN_10 and LN_2 constants.
> > Does boost::math::constants support ln_ten()?
> > I do know that it has ln_two().
> You are right, M_PI_2 is not standard although present in gcc, icc and Visual C++. I will move the
> to boost::math::constant. LN_10 exists under the name one_div_log10_e as Paul Bristow mentioned.
now added ln_10 as a constant.
Sending content: I:\boost-trunk\boost\math\constants\calculate_constants.hpp
Sending content: I:\boost-trunk\boost\math\constants\constants.hpp
Completed: At revision: 78288
You can get this from boost-trunk by SVN but please tell me if you would prefer constants.hpp direct
by private mail.
Tell me also if there are other constants that you need.
> > Paul Bristow:
> > PS Might Matthieu be qualified as a review manager for
> > Boost.Multiprecision? Boost badly needs this reviewed soon (and
> > preferably accepted!)
> I am afraid I am not qualified for software assessment. Furthermore, I have never taken part to a
:-( But I hope you will participate in the review of Boost.Math nonetheless.
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