Well I'm not familiar with SGL so I can't give advantages of one over the
other, but from what I've read about the Booch components, they seem to be
field tested for a good few years, and very performant as far as Queues, lists,
collections and all these features goes. I dont want to, nor would it be
intelligent to attempt to reinvent the wheel and create my own if something this
stable (perhaps SGL is stable too, I just never heard of it, not that I've
been coding with Ada for many years either, still a rookie but I'm always
getting better :-). Booch seems to have everything you could ever want in lists
and lists management functionalities, and that's what I'm looking for.
Where could I get and find out more about SGL?
> Stephane Richard wrote:
> >Thanks Jack, and everyone else.
> >It didnt take too long reading about the Booch components to know that
> >is exactly what I'm looking for. It's an excellent tool and fulfills all
> >intended purposes.
> (Just for information).
> There is SGL library for Ada (STL for C++ is an analog of it).
> I use it in my projects and have several patches to the original version
> (you can found the original
> in the internet). The patches fix some serious bugs and inconviniences.
> If somebody is interested in it I can put the patched version on some
> internet site.
> Sergei Lodyagin,
> Software Developer.
> P.S. What is advantages of Booch Components?
> (I am not very familiar with it).
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