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boost::multi_array - create and initialize size on 2 lines

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i've tried this, but it errors at runtime.

	boost::multi_array<int , 2> b;
	boost::array<boost::multi_array<int , 2>::index , 2> dims = {{5 , 5}};
	b.reshape(dims);

(BTW: this seems a bit verbose, just to resize an array)

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this is the boost way of resizing according to the docs, yet i get runtime error

a.out: /usr/include/boost/multi_array/multi_array_ref.hpp:162: void boost::const_multi_array_ref<T, NumDims, TPtr>::reshape(const SizeList&) [with SizeList = boost::array<index, 2>, T = int, unsigned int NumDims = 2, TPtr = int*]: Assertion `num_elements_ == std::accumulate(extents.begin(),extents.end(), size_type(1),std::multiplies<size_type>())' failed.
Aborted

declaring it without a size works fine... its just when i try to shape it.

why would i want to profile this? (im not trying to micro optimize).

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