Subject: Re: [boost] [qvn] Why doesn't QVM use  or () to access vector and matrix elements?
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-12-10 01:44:54
Le 10/12/2015 01:03, Emil Dotchevski a écrit :
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Vicente J. Botet Escriba <
> vicente.botet_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> These operators could be used for views
>> So instead of
>> (m, <http://zajo.github.io/boost-qvm/operator_mod_rationale.html>A42)
>> *= 42;
(sorry for the formating)
(m, A42) *= 42
>> we could have in C++11
>> ref(m)(4,2) *= 42;
>> ref(m)[2) *= 42;
> Once you do ref(m) you can have any operator you want for accessing the
> elements, but that's too inconvenient, and to certain degree against the
> spirit of the library.
I don't see where this is against anything.
> In QVM you can multiply m1*m2 regardless of their
> exact static types, you don't have to do ref(m1)*ref(m2) to get the correct
> op* to kick in.
I have not suggested that.
> What problem are we solving with this anyway? What's wrong with:
> (m,A42) *= 42;
See other post about how controversial seems to be operator,.
Well I was just replaying to one of the Q/A of the doc. You say that you
don't need ().
I say that on views it is the most clear thing when we use C++11.
BTW, qvm::vec and qvm::mat could provide the access operators as well.
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