Subject: Re: [boost] [density] new library
From: Giuseppe Campana (giu.campana_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-06-13 18:31:02
Il 13/06/2016 17:25, Thijs (M.A.) van den Berg ha scritto:
> No not like that. I would think something different like this would add something to the table:
> Which basicly splits a container into a set of single type subcontainers.
The problem I see with both a tuple_vector and a vector of
boost::variant's is that the types that can be added to the containers
are part of the declaration of the container, so you have to know them
in advance. When this is possible IMO you approach is good. Density is
addressing the case in which the declaration of the container can't
depend on the type of elements. Think to the dense_function_queue. An
element of this container may be the result of an std::bind, or a
lambda, which are unnamed types.
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