Subject: Re: [boost] Looking for help on preparing for review
From: Jeff Hammond (jeff.science_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-06-18 18:02:48
Maybe I am dense, but what is the difference between this and what I can
get from e.g. the Intel compiler by enabling FPEs?
control floating point traps at program start. <arg> can be of
[no]divzero - [Do not] trap on division by zero
[no]inexact - [Do not] trap on inexact result
[no]invalid - [Do not] trap on invalid operation
[no]overflow - [Do not] trap on overflow
[no]underflow - [Do not] trap on underflow
[no]denormal - [Do not] trap on denormal
all - enable trap on all of the above
none - trap on none of the above
common - trap on most commonly used IEEE traps
(invalid, division by zero, overflow)
On Sun, Jun 17, 2018 at 8:53 PM, Damian Vicino via Boost <
> I'm preparing my library safe_float to be proposed for review.
> The library was born in the GSOC2015, but it never reached a review ready
> state. My plan is to change that in the next few months.
> At this point, I'm looking for some volunteers to proof-read the
> documentation. Code is going through major rewrite, and I will send another
> mail looking for help with reviewing the code when that is done.
> The most current documentation can be read directly from the web here:
> Any comment is appreciated.
> Best regards,
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