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Subject: Re: [boost] Fwd: [SORT] Parallel Algorithms
From: Francisco José Tapia (fjtapia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-06-01 15:58:43

Hi , Steven,

 sorry by the delay in the response. Now I am buried in a mountain of exams.

 In my opinion, sort::parallel is better leave in the actual place. When
finish the process with sort::parallel, I have intention to move my other
library CounterTree to the Incubator.

 I think must try consider too, the view point of the final user, Try to
do all the things clear and simpleas possible. Create a new library for the
parallel algorithms, is to separate similar and related functionalities.
Boost is big and sometimes need a considerable amount of time to find the
desired functionality. If we divide the library, we add time to the user's
search, and don't improve nothing.

 I had seen several grammatical mistakes in the documentation, due to the
fatigue, the excess of cut and paste and my lack of English grammar.

 I generate the doxygen documentation for all the code, but I think is very
big and unnecessary for the final user of the library. I will change and
put the documentation of the final functions.

 I will try to correct this week, but I can't guarantee. When correct all,
It will be the moment to think about the mini review. What need, what must
add and what must cut


2015-05-28 14:07 GMT+02:00 Steven Ross <spreadsort_at_[hidden]>:

> On Thu, May 28, 2015, 3:51 AM Francisco José Tapia <fjtapia_at_[hidden]>
> wrote:
> Robert,
> thanks by your message and your interest. About to put sort::parallel in
> the Incubator, sincerely I don't know what must do now.
> About the approbation, I don't know if must open other approbation process
> or if depend only of Steven.
> As you can see, I am a sea of doubts. What's you opinion ?
> Thanks
> Francisco
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> Francisco,
> Feel free to add it to the incubator. If you wish to add it to boost.sort
> (regardless of whether it's in the incubator), I can run a mini-review and
> skip the full formal review; you always have the option of adding a new
> library with a full formal review, but that can take longer (6 years in my
> case).
> With regards to where to check in code, just don't worry about that now.
> When you want to start merging, you can create a git repository, and copy
> the existing boost.sort into it, and combine both code bases. I can take
> care of final integration once it's approved in the mini review.
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