Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of CodingStyle


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Timestamp:
10/21/14 16:37:42 (5 years ago)
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jbehrens
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    3333 ''Template programming'':: 
    34   Using templates is avoided where possible. A problem is that you have to declare the whole class in the header file. Up to now splitting a template to declaration and definition in separate files in not supported by GCC. Therefore using a template class involves a huge timeley effort. In some situations templates are that extremly handy that we use them anyway, but in most cases a good interface will do the job just fine. 
     34  Using templates is avoided where possible. A problem is that you have to declare the whole class in the header file. Up to now splitting a template to declaration and definition in separate files is not supported by GCC. Therefore using a template class involves a huge timeley effort. In some situations templates are that extremly handy that we use them anyway, but in most cases a good interface will do the job just fine. 
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    3636 ''Style stickyness''::