On Tuesday, 27 May 2014 at 14:05:56 UTC, monarch_dodra wrote:
On Tuesday, 27 May 2014 at 12:18:15 UTC, BicMedium wrote:
I mean that those tests are just like testing an interface...).
If your interface isn't complete, than it is irrelevant what
your implementations are, since the algorithms can't use your
We agree on this point. The template constrains for isInputRange
or isOutputRange just check, at compile-time, if the methods
matchings to the prototypes defined in std.ranges (or in
std.container empty, popFront, etc...) are implemented.
But there could be a templated-unittest for those kind of
things...Ranges are relatively straightforward in to use, but
when you want to implement one, it's another thing...So it's just
about indexes ? And a kind of State machine for indexes
I hardly get how to make my easy containers range-aware. but I
want to, because of std.algo.