My two cents for the above topic .
1)Eventhough there are lot of standalone functions or stl available in
the language . If possible we can write our own for the same in the
MYSQL repository for the repeated usage . or maximize the STL usage in
the MYSQL repository . Please check all the compiler extensions which we
are supporting in Mysql before putback .
2)Since everybody knows what is happening on loading and linking time of
executable , or may leads to increase the size of exec gradually for the
further inclusion of the header files and its associated files, which
might not be using in the high frequency .
3)If time permits we can benchmark against various parameters which will
leads to better performance [code wise ] in the long run .
Thanks & Regards
Kesava Baby Poyyale
On 01/30/09 00:38, Brian Aker wrote:
> On Jan 29, 2009, at 11:06 AM, Eric Prud'hommeaux wrote:
>> yeah, i'm a big fan of using stl and boost whenever possible.
> We don't have a benchmark on exceptions yet, but for Drizzle we have
> found that the STL is as fast, and sometimes faster, then the built in
> code that MySQL has.
> If exceptions turn out to not cost us, we will switch to using them as
> well. We just have not had the time to benchmark them yet.
> Brian "Krow" Aker, brian at tangent.org
> Seattle, Washington
> http://krow.net/ <-- Me
> http://tangent.org/ <-- Software
> You can't grep a dead tree.
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| • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?||Brian Aker||29 Jan|
| • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?||Kesava Poyyale||30 Jan|
| • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?||Patrick Lau||30 Jan|
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