serval2412 at yahoo.fr
Fri Mar 21 18:15:24 PDT 2014
Taking a look again at fdo#42371 (see
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42371), I wonder if
SwSortedObjs could be implemented with a set instead of the vector.
The goal would be to sort automatically the container and insert/remove more
Of course, the pb is std::set doesn't have  operator and needs an iterator
+ advance (or perhaps missed an easy way?) However, leafing through the use
of SwSortedObjs (used by other classes) it seems that  is mainly
(exclusively?) used in loops.
So to make things easier to migrate (if it worths it of course! :-)), what
about this 3 steps process:
1) Adding an iterator in SwSortedObjs (quick)
2) use iterator in loops (must be long)
3) replace vector by set (perhaps not too quick if tuning is needed)
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