container stuff

Jacob Carlborg doob at
Wed May 26 12:57:42 PDT 2010

On 2010-05-26 17.31, BLS wrote:
> On 26/05/2010 01:04, Steven Schveighoffer wrote:
>> I can probably submit my basic implementations, and use them from std.x
>> to implement dcollections. This way, the complex pieces are shared.
>> Dcollections definitely fills needs that this collection package
>> doesn't, and it should be mostly compatible.
>> -Steve
> Not that I like the idea of having (once again) two libs instead of one,
> but I am convinced that the separation between
> core data- structures, say xxTree, xxList, xxNode etc.
> and the final implementation f.i. Set, Dictionary/Map.
> is a very good thing.
> std.structures std.algorithm std.container/collection
> --
> Next, what's wrong with simple collections, stack, queue etc. Guess too
> simple for u guys ;)
> --
> I regret a bit that you haven't picked up the idea of collection events.
> IMHO this is the smartest way to implement a UnDo/ReDo Stack or to
> create a MultiSet based on a simple Set.
> Bjoern

Yes, events would be nice to have. Just simulating C# events or 
something similar.

/Jacob Carlborg

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