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On Sunday 12 October 2008 16:06:25 Scott Wheeler wrote:
> Benoît Jacob wrote:
> > Indeed, there is no default value. I'll update the docs to mention that
> > you can use the special value Eigen::Dynamic.
> Already did. In bold. :-)
Somehow I didn't receive your commit msg for 869826. I suppose this is because
of the recent svn server problems.
I'll proof-read your reworked Matrix documentation, here are already a few
"or \em dynamically by specifying \em Dynamic as the size."
Here "size" is not precise enough, I'd say "as size template parameters".
\param _Scalar Numeric type, i.e. float, double, int
Here I prefered the old version which said:
\param _Scalar the scalar type, i.e. the type of the coefficients
however I understand that it's a good idea to give an example 'float' but if
you give the three types as above and says "i.e." it suggests these are the
only types allowed. So I'd go for
\param _Scalar the scalar type, i.e. the type of the coefficients, for example
* \param _Rows Numer of rows, or \b Dynamic
* \param _Cols Number of columnss, or \b Dynamic
Moreover, why did you change this? The old version said basically the same,
with more words. Did you feel it was important to have very short
descriptions here and the old version was too wordy?
* \param _Rows the number of rows at compile-time. Use the special value \a
Dynamic to specify that the number of rows is dynamic, i.e. is not fixed at
* \param _Cols the number of columns at compile-time. Use the special value \a
Dynamic to specify that the number of columns is dynamic, i.e. is not fixed
Wasn't this more helpful ?
"Dynamic matrices <em>do not</em> expand dynamically."
what do you mean?
> if(p == 2)
> // do it the fast way
> // do it the general way
If p is a compile-time constant then the user may as well call other
convenience functions such as l1Norm() etc; if p is not, then we are probably
in the general case. I am reluctant to write code as above as it could easily
generate binary code for all paths. If such a form were really needed i'd
rather make p a template parameter and use a meta-selector so only one path