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Re: stis-supervector v0.0.1

From: Stefan Israelsson Tampe
Subject: Re: stis-supervector v0.0.1
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 2021 20:46:02 +0200

Good point.
I can add some examples. But atm I most comments need to be about things
that need deep experience, maybe I'm wrong about this but the basic stuff
do need to be examplified as well just as you commen. Maybe the beta which
I think Wil be a 0.1 release will include those examples.

On Sat, 2 Oct 2021, 20:33 Damien Mattei <> wrote:

> seems to be a pretty work, but why there is not a simple example in the
> doc about make supervector :-O ? perhaps for you it is evident what is it
> but for an outside people to the project it is not.
> Damien
> On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 6:55 PM Stefan Israelsson Tampe <
>> wrote:
>> I'm now satisfied enough to release a first version of stis-supervectors
>> v0.0.1
>> The idea for the project is to explore data structures that can handle
>> large vector-like constructs in a better way than just a pure vector.
>> Especially having boilerplate to properly make vector operations that are
>> fast and at the same time behave nicely with guile features that depend on
>> interrupts like e.g. the fibers framework. We have features like sharing,
>> copy on write, referencing read only structures, a good sparse story,
>> allowing tree compression for different sized data,and more. Bytevectors
>> vectors strings and bitvectors are targetted to have a supervector version
>> The project is found in
>> preliminary docs are included in the doc directory (html and a pdf)
>> Comments are welcome,
>> Happy hacking!

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