Subject: Re: [boost] [afio] Formal review of Boost.AFIO
From: Andreas Schäfer (gentryx_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-08-31 10:43:01
On 15:13 Mon 31 Aug , Niall Douglas wrote:
> You've got to understand Thomas you and your fellow HPC colleagues
> are attacking AFIO's "overhead" without having run any benchmarks.
> You're claiming all this poor performance and high overhead stuff
> having absolutely no idea of performance on the ground. As I much as
> I appreciate where you think you're coming from, the benchmarks I ran
> before deciding on a shared_ptr on every handle said it was an
> inconsequential overhead. That's why I chose that design.
small correction: I ran your benchmark example on one of our machines.
Performance wasn't stellar. Data is included in my review:
> Monad is pretty much zero relative overhead. Nobody is paying
> anything here.
Zero compared to slow file system operations. But your claim is that
you provide a high performance, reusable Concurrency TS
implementation. Compared to other operations a shared pointer may have
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