The evalTo(DestType& dst) method of HouseholderSequence uses a temporary matrix in its implementation. This precludes using it in scenarios involving dynamic matrices and no-malloc restrictions. In such scenarios it is customary to preallocate resources in advance. Is there any way, or is it possible at all to prevent this allocation?, to pass the preallocated temporary?, ...
The most probable fix is to add an option to pass to evalTo a preallocated 'workspace' matrix.
I believe a patch for this one was applied in Part 2 of #206.
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