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From: Sebastian Weber (sebastian.weber_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-23 11:25:38


> The vertex index property map for vecS is defined on line 2444 in
> detail/adjacency_list.hpp. Since vertices are integers in [0,num_vertices),
> the index of each vertex is the vertex itself.

Thanks for pointing out these lines. Nevertheless, I'm not a template
pro in order to understand all those helper-classes and definitions. So,
how do I code a vertex_index-map when I always have the case where the
vertices are integers [0,num_vertices).

Sorry, but the code on line 2444 is just too advanced for my C++ skill
right now.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Sebastian Weber

> D.
> On Tuesday 23 May 2006 09:56, Sebastian Weber wrote:
> > Hi folks!
> >
> > I defined a customary graph type which always uses integers in a bound
> > range to adress the vertices. It is therefore as if one would use an
> > adjacency_list with vecS as vertex storage set. Since I want to run an
> > algorithm requiring a vertex_index property to be present on my custom
> > graph, I was looking at the code of the adjacency_list graph. The docs
> > say, that somewhere in the code the vertex_index map does get created
> > automatically if the vertex set is vecS, but where and how is it done?
> > The code is just too big or too advanced for me to find the appropiate
> > lines. Could someone please enlighten me?
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Sebastian Weber
> >
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