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From:Brian Aker Date:January 29 2009 7:08pm
Subject:Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?
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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
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STL, C++, Mysql Development?Patrick Lau29 Jan
  • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?MARK CALLAGHAN29 Jan
  • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?Chad MILLER29 Jan
    • Re: Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?Eric Prud'hommeaux29 Jan
      • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?Brian Aker29 Jan
        • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?Kesava Poyyale30 Jan
          • Re: STL, C++, Mysql Development?Patrick Lau30 Jan
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