staikos at kde.org
Sat Oct 1 18:13:12 BST 2005
On Saturday 01 October 2005 12:38, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > > > The optimising compiler will very likely elect this->d to be cached
> > > > in a register, just like this itself is.
> > >
> > > Yeah, right. Glad we have soo many registers on i386.
> > I'm glad someone else pointed this out. I was trying to get out of
> > this conversation altogether (and I will just revert changes to my own
> > classes that I don't like), but this is a very valid point.
> Your classes? That are? I think it's fair to say I will revert your account
> if you stay out of a discussion to come up with a policy and then revert
> changes because you don't like the policy. This is not about personal
> taste, this is about a consistent API.
Sure I could not maintain my code too. Then we could be closer to 100%
unmaintained kdelibs. Cool.
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