From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-05-27 23:21:15
On 2019-05-28 1:05 a.m., Olzhas Zhumabek wrote:
> I implemented the Lanczos algorithm in a very rough form. Here is the link
> to the file: link
> It needs a dependency on constants, as 3.14 might be too inaccurate with
> images of much bigger resolution. Can we bring in boost.constants (not
> sure about exact name)?
In theory, I'm not opposed to the idea. (I believe the right spelling
But if all we need is the value of pi, I think we can simply clone the
definition (either from `Boost.Constants`, or by just using the
pre-defined `M_PI` macro directly.
> I've tried to run it on a vividly colored image, and results are awesome
> for my untrained eye and non-HDR monitor
> (I know, means nothing).
> I will start refactoring it into something more readable and versatile.
Cool ! :-)
> P.S. I also noticed that putting some sentences on different lines is
> better to make it easier to quote.
"sentences" referring to inline documentation, or to C++ statements ?
In either case, yay for readability ! :-)
(You know this is spelled out in the coding standard
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