On Dienstag, 20. September 2016 03:08:42 CEST Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > Since this is a P3 and 5.8 hasn't been released, I will push the behaviour
> > change to 5.8 and drop the fuzzy comparison.
> 
> Is such a behavior change really acceptable for 5.8? I think it can break
> applications that were relying on the current behavior in pretty bad, hard
> to debug ways (random bugs based on rounding errors).

I tend to agree with that. 
This is a behavior change, and i see no reason to do it. Comparing double for 
equality with operator== is a bad idea.
I know QVariant::operator== has problems, but i don't think this is something 
that should be changed.

(Correct me if i'm wrong, but this might actually have quite some bad 
performance impact on QML where lot of bindings are done on a real value and 
they are compared for equality before emiting the changed signal. (or does QML 
takes the value out of qvariant before comparing?))

On the other hand, the fact that qFuzzyCompare(inf, -inf) returns true looks 
like a bug within qFuzzyCompare.

-- 
Olivier

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