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Re: Rewrite Skyline code (issue 547980044 by address@hidden)

From: hanwenn
Subject: Re: Rewrite Skyline code (issue 547980044 by address@hidden)
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 14:30:18 -0700

I'm going to put this on pause for a bit. With removing normalize() from
the list -> vector patch, this is going to be a 1% performance
deterioration, I think. I have some ideas about introducing
BuildingQueue so we can do raise and shift more efficiently, but I have
to first try it out.
File lily/ (right):
lily/ Building front_;
On 2020/04/27 07:01:28, hahnjo wrote:
> In any case, this causes copies on every call to next(). If you need
to retain
> this data structure, is there a reason not to use a pointer to the
> element? AFAICS you don't modify the underlying vector when using a
> BuildingQueue

see the split_off() function.

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