Should C++ adopt a standard matrix container?

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    adding in one slightly larger lib (sockets+a protocol, eg https://github.com/yhirose/cpp-httplib/), or multiple smaller libs that work together (boost) makes little difference. zero dependencies would make a difference -- one and two do not.

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    I do not have as much experience as you do, but I've written as simple BLAS wrapper for my own use. https://github.com/keithalewis/fms_blas One thing to keep in mind is the impedance mismatch between C++ and BLAS. Users must be aware of the memory required by BLAS routines in order to avoid copying/clobbering data.

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