Subject: Re: [boost] [fixed_point] First presentation from GSoC 2015 and more
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-10-06 07:32:36
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> Subject: Re: [boost] [fixed_point] First presentation from GSoC 2015 and more
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> > From: Boost [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Christopher Kormanyos
> > Sent: 05 October 2016 23:07
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> > Subject: Re: [boost] [fixed_point] First presentation from GSoC 2015 and more
> > >> A partial implementation of fixed-point in a Boost-like
> > >> style based on proposal N3352 is now available.
> > > ... But your links don't work,
> Indeed :-( (
> The correct link to the docs for some years used to be
> but sadly this no longer works for reasons that so far escape me (but I suspect some change at Dropbox?).
I have fallen foul of
For our advanced users
Dropbox Basic (free) users: *****Beginning October 3, 2016*****, you can no longer use shared links to render HTML content in a web
browser. If you created a website that directly displays HTML content from your Dropbox, it will no longer render in the browser.
The HTML content itself will still remain in your Dropbox and can be shared.
I suspect this type of use was causing too much traffic?
So I have now added all the generated docs files in /html to
so you can view the html docs by cloning the whole thing (or copy from Dropbox public link).
(I am trying to find a better way of doing this - suggestions welcome).
> Meanwhile here is a PDF version to whet your appetite until I get a html version publicly available.
> Boost.Fixed_point ?
> A partial implementation of fixed-point in a Boost-like style based on proposal N3352 is now available.
> This work is the result of developments from 2013-2016, including efforts from GSoC 2015.
> The source code is available at: https://github.com/BoostGSoC15/fixed_point
> (The master branch will be stable for a while but the develop branch may be updated in the light of your feedback).
> Preliminary docs are available at:
> We are potentially interested in submitting this work for inclusion in Boost.
> We are now requesting comments and suggestions for improvements, corrections and any
> further test results if these become available.
> Some key library features include:
> * proper C++ header-only implementation
> * full numeric_limits and <cmath> functions
> * flexible template choice of split between resolution and range
> * automatic selection of underlying integral representation
> * portability and high efficiency for bare metal microcontrollers
> * interoperation with Boost.Math
> * seamless extension to high-precision using Boost.Multiprecision
> * extensive test suite
> Thank you for your consideration.
> Best regards,
> Christopher Kormanyos
> And apologies from Paul.
> Paul A. Bristow
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