Subject: Re: [boost] [Fibers] Performance
From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-15 18:29:08
> > That's only one particular use case. Clearly we're talking about two
> > different viewpoints where mine focusses on a very broad application
> > for this kind of library, while yours is trying to limit it to a small
> > set of use cases. While I accept the validity of these use cases I
> > think it's not worth having a full Boost library just for those.
> Hmm! With respect, it sounds to me as though you're saying: my use case is
> important, yours is not.
Please don't start splitting hairs. I said 'While I accept the validity of
these use cases' after all.
> You're saying that for your use case, performance is critical, and
> performance would be the only reason you would choose Boost.Fiber over
> other libraries available to you. I can respect that.
> I'm saying that for my use case, performance is not critical, and there is
> nothing in the standard library or presently in Boost that addresses my
> semantic requirements. That sounds like reason enough to have a Boost
Fine. So you vote YES and I vote NO. What's the problem?
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