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November 17, 2009
I have posted a updated version of my Endian component. It now includes additional
specializations of the ReverseBytes methods to improve performance. One addition is
the use of SIMD extensions for hardware byte swapping.
May 8, 2008
Thanks to Andrew Ford for supplimenting my endian class, which is used during
run time, with a compile time version (plus a few features).
August 6, 2006
Added a couple more topics to my ideas page. I have also been thinking
about moving the ideas page to my new forum. However, the forum is new
enough, that I am not sure if I will keep it yet, so I will keep the page
July 19, 2006
Added the Comm subsystem, which currently only holds the signal/slot
management class called Connection. This class utilizes the
Functor subsystem to imitate the QT signal/slot mechanism.
I also changed iStorageType slightly,
created a new functor called ReturnlessMemFunWrap, and changed the way
the parameters are passed and stored by a functor. Previously, I
enforced a pass by reference for pointers, but the discontinuity
between the template parameter and the function parameter was causing
me issues with utilizing functors in other classes. So now I changed
it to throw exceptions instead of enforcing non-null input.
July 18, 2006
Fixed ParmX typedefs in functor classes in Functor subsystem.
July 13, 2006
Added a modified version of the Functor and Type subsystems.
July 5, 2006
Added a extended version of the Loki::Functor and broke the
TypeInfo headers into their own group. Both groups of code are available
under Various Code.
May 29, 2006
Added an simple, first-stage version of an Endian class. I also
added licensing information. I also changed the #define in QuantityUnits.h,
hopefully for the last time.
May 28, 2006
Added better source code documentation and cleaned up zip file.
The information is under Programming::Projects::VariousGraphics.
May 27, 2006
Revised the Monte Carlo Raytracer page.
May 26, 2006
Performed some clean up and documentation of the TempleAndFountain
project. I documented most of the code files, but a few remain. A portion of
the code was originally stripped out of another of my projects and I plan to
unite those pieces. Also, I plan to return to this project and improve it once
I complete some of the cross-platform, cross-compiler GUI work I started recently.
May 7, 2006
Added typedef T type as a public member of Ref and tested that
boost::addressof function can also determine the address of a Ref.
May 5, 2006
Figured out I needed to be able to take the address
of the Ref<T> and ReRef<T> classes, so I added the Address method.
May 5, 2006
Added a short rant about templates in Ideas.
May 5, 2006
Modified Ref and ReRef classes
Decided how I wanted to handle the Ref<const T> and const Ref<T>.
April 18, 2006
Added my Ref and ReRef classes to the various code section
These classes are intended to be transparently used in place of an actual
reference. However, they still have two issues to be resolved.
April 18, 2006
Added my Quantity classes to the various code section.
These header files are intended to not only unify the naming of builtin types
across platforms but also provides builtin types in class form that should
be transparent to the programmer.
Graphics project - polygon meshes and Catmull-Rom curves
A Monte Carlo based ray tracer
A graphics project - Temple and Fountain
High mutation rates
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