[PATCH] fdo#45678: EasyHack: kill hwpfilter/source/list.hxx with fire

Noel Grandin noel at peralex.com
Mon Mar 5 03:21:30 PST 2012

Looking at how the data is used, I'm pretty sure these data-structures 
could be modified to use std::vector, and the node structure stored 
directly like this:

std::vector<HWPPara>  plist;


extern std::vector<Node>  nodelist;

which would be more memory-efficient, but I suppose it doesn't really matter for this case?

Regards, Noel Grandin

On 2012-03-02 17:39, Dézsi Szabolcs wrote:
> Hi!
> I removed every use of LinkedList and replaced it with std::list
> I hope everything's correct. Tested it with the .hwp file in
> hwpfilter/qa/cppunit/data (pass and fail). Working as expected.
> LinkedList had a find(int n) method, which returned the underlying
> std::vector's nth element, unfortunately this isn't possible with std::list, so
> the calls to find(...) and replaced with iterating with a for loop i times,
> thus pointing the iterator to the nth element of the list.
> Don't know if it's a very good solution though. The original find method had an
> assertion that the parameter is between 0 and the size of the underlying
> vector.
> If something is wrong, let me know, and i try to enhance/work on it. Or feel
> free to improve it :)
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45678
> Szabolcs
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