From: Riccardo Rossi (rrossi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-19 04:06:54
excuse me to drop in your conversation but ...
i am a user of boost 1.33.1 ... i have size1() and size2() used in all
of my code...which means hundreds of calls...
will it still work once 1.34.0 is released??????
i think this was already a change from 1.32 ... so i hoped it would be
thanks in advance
On Sun, 2007-03-18 at 17:32 +0100, Karl Meerbergen wrote:
> Kresimir Fresl wrote:
> >Karl Meerbergen wrote:
> >>What I should have said: size1() and size2() of the ublas::matrix, not
> >>functor_type. size1() and size2() do no longer exist in functor_type, so
> >>that is why they had to be changed into size_m.
> >>What I meant is that we can implement the bindings using size1() and
> >>size() of ublas::matrix(), which makes the bindings independent of ublas
> >Sorry, I misunderstood you.
> >And I must admit that I do not remember why original design used that
> >somewhat roundabout way with functor_type::size2(). As far as I can
> >remember, it was Joerg Walter's suggestion (and he had some reasons :o).
> >ublas mailing list
> I guess the reason is that the leading dimension is always given by
> size2() independent of the orientation. For ublas::matrix, the leading
> dimension is size1() for a column_major and size2() for a row_major one.
> So, we could create an orientation functor_type in the bindings that
> does the same thing, if you see what I mean.
> We could do this with the struct ublas_ordering which is in
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