Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve
rwgk at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 29 00:14:19 CEST 2002
If I want to know the length of a tuple, list or dict, currently I have to
#include a certain file with a long path. On top of that, if I am not in
namespace boost::python, I have to type "boost::python::len(o)".
- Having to #include <boost/python/whatever.hpp> is cumbersome and brings more
code into scope than I really need.
- boost::python::len() is quite a bit of clutter.
- .size() is what one expects to have in C++.
- .size() could directly look at sq_length and thus generate less code.
David, would you be very upset if I added .size() to tuple.hpp, list.hpp and
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