From: Nico Galoppo (nico_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-22 11:07:41
Gunter Winkler wrote:
> There is no triangular_traits type, but it should be possible to use something
> template< class T, class TRI, class L, class A >
> void foo(const triangular_matrix<T, TRI, L, A>& m)
> return bar(m, TRI());
Thanks for the tip. OTOH, I wasn't talking about triangular_matrix in
particular. Are you implying that one has to revert to writing function wrappers
as above to infer the correct types? For example, is there a mechanism to get
the layout_type (row_major/column_major) from a matrix<> ?
Personally, when I want to dispatch to specific specializations, I us the tags
system (row_major_tag/column_major_tag), but some functions require the actual
layout_type class to be passed as an argument.
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