Re: [eigen] new tutorial on writing functions taking Eigen types as paramters

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The failing test fail in 32 bit mode and it is related to the
alignment test of Map. It is so cryptic, that I don't get what is
going on.

                && "data is not aligned");

How about a simple

((size_t)m_data % 16 ==0)) && "data is not aligned");

Just wondering?

- Hauke

On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 5:08 PM, Gael Guennebaud
<gael.guennebaud@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 3:26 PM, Benoit Jacob <jacob.benoit.1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Note that since the only values that will ever be used are 1,2,Dynamic, we
>> could also make typedefs for them, so that in 99.9% of cases one wouldn't
>> need the template keyword.
> good point. Moreover, with the current cost model, it is enough to
> expose only the cases where N==1 and N==Dynamic. Even for the simplest
> expression 2*m, if N=2, then it gets evaluated.
> Of course, to be future proof it would still make sense to expose the
> N=2 case but others are really useless, so what about defining only
> the following three types (without the generic template one):
> typedef typename ei_nested<Derived,1>::type            Nested;
> typedef typename ei_nested<Derived,2>::type            NestedForTwoAccess;
> typedef typename ei_nested<Derived,Dynamic>::type NestedForMultipleAccess;
> alternative names: NestedOnce, NestedTwice, NestedManyTimes ???
> gael

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