On Fri, 2012-12-14 at 01:31 +0400, Alexander Korotkov wrote: > Hi! > Hi!
I have attached a patch with some significant edits. * In your patch, there was still an inconsistency between the comment for bounds_adjacent and the code. I refactored it to ensure it always takes the upper bound as boundA, and the lower bound as boundB, so that it can invert the inclusivities to create A..B to match the comments. * In the consistent method, you were inverting upper to be a lower bound and lower to be an upper bound. I don't understand why (perhaps I did the first time I read the patch), so I removed it. * It looks like the comments for which1/2 were inconsistent with the code. I tried to fix that. * I significantly refactored the comments and code for the consistent method. I had trouble understanding the original comments, particularly around the edge cases. Please take a look and see if it still matches your algorithm properly. This patch is not intended to be a final version (I didn't analyze my code carefully), but just to show you what I mean and how I interpret what the code is trying to do. You don't need to use my refactorings, but if not, the comments in your version need more improvement so I can understand. I found it easier to reason in terms of horizontal and vertical lines, and which quadrants they crossed, and then work out the edge cases. I'm not sure if that reasoning was correct, but it seemed to make more sense to me. Regards, Jeff Davis
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