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From: Hugues Joly (hjoly2003_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-30 12:59:10
I'd like to clarify a point about the graph
properties accessed through a subgraph. According to
the documentation of get(PropertyTag, subgraph& g):
vertex and edge properties are shared by all
subgraphs, so changes to a property through a local
vertex descriptor for one subgraph will change the
property for the global vertex descriptor, and
therefore for all other subgraphs (c.f.
Here, I'm sending you a small program inspired by
>From its behavior, it seems that:
1) A property value is not shared between the global
descriptor and its corresponding local descriptors.
2) we need to initialize property values for each of
the subgraphs. For example, if I set a name "A" for
the global vertex descriptor A, that property is not
seen through the corresponding local vertex
Is this a case of misuse or is it a bug?
Lèche-vitrine ou lèche-écran ?
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