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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] newbie - graph library - vertex properties
From: Jeremiah Willcock (jewillco_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-14 18:04:04
On Mon, 14 Dec 2009, List User wrote:
> 1. In the creation of adjacency list, vertex properties and edge properties could be vecS, listS etc.But how will one access this
> vertex_properties vector, for example?
The vecS, listS, ... tags specify how the vertices and edges of the graph
are stored, not anything about properties. You cannot get to the property
storage directly except using boost::get and boost::put (and some other
ways for bundled properties).
> 2. In the kevin-bacon2.cpp example file available with boost distribution, a struct is used to store vertex properties. But that
> example does not seem to have used boost_install_property or property_map etc. I thought one would need to use them for having
> new properties for the vertex.
That example uses bundled properties
remove the need for the operations you named.
> 3. In the kevin-bacon2.cpp approach for adding new properties to the graph, the vertex_properties are read as
> adjacency_list[vertex_descriptior]. How will have a read only access in such a case? When I use this in a function which is
> defined as const in c++, the compiler cribs :)
A function defined as const, or taking the graph as const? What error do
-- Jeremiah Willcock
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