Updating deprecated functions
boud at valdyas.org
Sun Sep 12 09:47:22 CEST 2010
On Sunday 12 September 2010, JL VT wrote:
> When I compile, I see a huge list of warnings that certain functions
> being used are deprecated (I think it's all Iterators).
The old-style iterators should be replaced by the faster new-style iterators.
> Before I start on an epic crusade of updating all those function
> references, what benefit should Krita see from the use of the new
> functions?. More stability?, More speed?, A certain feature?.
More speed and less iterators -- once everything is ported, we can remove the old code.
> If it helps with stability (e.g.: less crashes) then I'll try to
> update them for 2.3.
No, that would be too drastic. And since it's a refactoring, it's not a good idea to do it in the branch either, since it will make merging harder. It's something to do at the beginning of the next iteration, soon after trunk opens.
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