[phobos] [Fwd: Re: What functions could be added to std.algorithm?]
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Mon Aug 2 22:18:11 PDT 2010
Yes. His ranges are helpful to Phobos.
On Tue, 03 Aug 2010 05:04:53 +0900, Andrei Alexandrescu
<andrei at erdani.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've followed Philippe's work lately, which seems to be of good quality.
> I suggest we add him to the roster; he could add great value to the
> likes of std.algorithm. Please reply either to me or the group with your
> vote and other thoughts before Tue 23:59:59'99'' CST.
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> Subject: Re: What functions could be added to std.algorithm?
> Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2010 21:32:29 +0200
> From: Philippe Sigaud <philippe.sigaud at gmail.com>
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> On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 23:34, Andrei Alexandrescu
> <SeeWebsiteForEmail at erdani.org <mailto:SeeWebsiteForEmail at erdani.org>>
> I agree that all of the functions you suggested deserve a place in
> std.algorithm (or std.range). Please add one bugzilla entry or
> better yet let me know if you'd like to join Phobos's devs (subject
> to team approval) so you can add them yourself.
> I'd be quite happy to join the Phobos' devs, if they accept me!
> In any case, as Jonathan said, all() and any() are 'bug' 4405. And
> takeWhile is 4535 (as per you suggestion, I added it a few days ago).
> Also, I agree that std.algorithm has gotten a bit large. Any
> sensible ideas for addressing that should be discussed. Off the top
> of my head, I'm thinking that mutators vs. non-mutators could be a
> possible criterion for separation.
> BTW, it warms my heart to see that our std.algorithm is the fourth
> Google hit when searching for std::algorithm (or std.algorithm,
> which seems to produce the same results). I feel std.container can
> be a similarly compelling offering. *cough*RBTree*cough*Steve*cough*
> That reminds me I've some questions to ask on recursive containers
> (graphs, trees). I'll try to make a post about it.
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