Subject: [Boost-commit] svn:boost r82827 - in branches/release: . boost/functional/hash libs/functional/hash libs/functional/hash/doc
Date: 2013-02-11 19:19:57
Date: 2013-02-11 19:19:56 EST (Mon, 11 Feb 2013)
New Revision: 82827
Hash: Merge documentation fixes. Fixes #7957.
branches/release/ (props changed)
branches/release/boost/functional/hash/ (props changed)
branches/release/libs/functional/hash/ (props changed)
Text files modified:
branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/changes.qbk | 13 ++++++++-----
branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/rationale.qbk | 2 +-
2 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)
--- branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/changes.qbk (original)
+++ branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/changes.qbk 2013-02-11 19:19:56 EST (Mon, 11 Feb 2013)
@@ -142,14 +142,17 @@
[h2 Boost 1.52.0]
* Restore `enum` support, which was accidentally removed in the last version.
+* New floating point hasher - will hash the binary representation on more
+ platforms, which should be faster.
+[h2 Boost 1.53.0]
* Add support for `boost::int128_type` and `boost::uint128_type` where
available - currently only `__int128` and `unsigned __int128` on some
versions of gcc.
-* New floating point hasher - will hash the binary representation on more
- platforms, which should be faster.
-* On platforms that are known to have standard floating point, don't use the
- automatic detection of floating point functions - which can break if there
- are ambiguous overloads.
+* On platforms that are known to have the standard floating point functions,
+ don't use automatic detection - which can break if there are ambiguous
* Fix undefined behaviour when using the binary float hash (Thomas Heller).
--- branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/rationale.qbk (original)
+++ branches/release/libs/functional/hash/doc/rationale.qbk 2013-02-11 19:19:56 EST (Mon, 11 Feb 2013)
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
Thomas Wang's hash function]. This this may not work as
well as a hash algorithm tailored for the input.
-For strings that are several fast, high quality hash functions
+For strings there are several fast, high quality hash functions
available (for example [@http://code.google.com/p/smhasher/ MurmurHash3]
and [@http://code.google.com/p/cityhash/ Google's CityHash]),
although they tend to be more machine specific.
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