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Re: Dead code (was: Re: Good numbers from Ritter's new string allocator)
- From: Paolo Carlini <pcarlini at unitus dot it>
- To: Benjamin Kosnik <bkoz at redhat dot com>
- Cc: libstdc++ at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 19:39:29 +0100
- Subject: Re: Dead code (was: Re: Good numbers from Ritter's new string allocator)
- References: <Pine.SOL.3.91.1011127103152.21701Bemail@example.com>
Benjamin Kosnik wrote:
> > In fact, there is at least one well known and modern implementation of
> > the ISO stdlib which does not grow exponentially either, and, moreover,
> > does not round to the block. But I agree with you (and with Nathan) that
> > some form of exponential shaping should be implemented, sooner or later.
> > Seriously, I believe that at this point we (i.e., me, you, Benjamin and
> > Nathan) all agree that the current patch (with the amended Changelog)
> > could be a good starting point for the mainline. I think your approach
> > is very simple yet guarantees a big improvement on the current
> > situation. In my tests it's beaten in speed only by truly exponential
> > allocators.
> Yep. Something, even if it's not perfect, needs to go into mainline ASAP.
> The patch for the branch can wait for it to settle, if necessary.
> Paolo, the configure machinery just looks complicated. I think it's
> actually pretty easy to figure out after a bit of
> autoconf/automake/libtool hacking, and (I think) it's commented decently.
> You might want to start by reading the GNU Autotools book:
Do you believe me if I tell you that a cartaceous copy of the book is on my desktop since
Thanks for your feedback,