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David Bellot
Hi all,

do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we do a release to boostorg ?

If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to boostorg/ublas/develop.

If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own work.

Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57) will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.

Thanks everybody.
David


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Re: latest changes before 1.57

Joaquim Duran
I haven't any change pending to push in develop. Currently I'm working
on the branch 'feature 010 ide dev'.

Joaquim Duran


2014-10-06 12:28 GMT+02:00 David Bellot <[hidden email]>:

> Hi all,
>
> do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we
> do a release to boostorg ?
>
> If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the
> develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to
> boostorg/ublas/develop.
>
> If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this
> week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who
> contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points
> describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own
> work.
>
> Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57)
> will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will
> have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.
>
> Thanks everybody.
> David
>
>
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Re: latest changes before 1.57

Joaquim Duran
Hello,

This is my bullet:

1 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with
cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

2 - Has been implemented the facades matrix_row and matrix_column.
With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

Joaquim Duran

2014-10-08 23:21 GMT+02:00 Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]>:

> I haven't any change pending to push in develop. Currently I'm working
> on the branch 'feature 010 ide dev'.
>
> Joaquim Duran
>
>
> 2014-10-06 12:28 GMT+02:00 David Bellot <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we
>> do a release to boostorg ?
>>
>> If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the
>> develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to
>> boostorg/ublas/develop.
>>
>> If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this
>> week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who
>> contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points
>> describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own
>> work.
>>
>> Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57)
>> will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will
>> have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.
>>
>> Thanks everybody.
>> David
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> ublas mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/ublas
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Re: latest changes before 1.57

David Bellot
Hi,

anyone else need to add something to the list of changes. So far, only Joaquim Duran sent a text.
The boostorg master branch is now up to date with the rest. So hopefully, if everything is fine with github, your changes are in boostorg/ublas master and develop branch and will be included in the next Boost 1.57.

Please check on your side that everything is correct by the way. I'm not a big fan yet of the github web interface, but that's the only thing I can use when I'm at the office. So I've made all the merges with this.

If you guys are happy, then we can start working on 1.58

Best,
David

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 11:27 PM, Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

This is my bullet:

1 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with
cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

2 - Has been implemented the facades matrix_row and matrix_column.
With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

Joaquim Duran

2014-10-08 23:21 GMT+02:00 Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]>:
> I haven't any change pending to push in develop. Currently I'm working
> on the branch 'feature 010 ide dev'.
>
> Joaquim Duran
>
>
> 2014-10-06 12:28 GMT+02:00 David Bellot <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we
>> do a release to boostorg ?
>>
>> If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the
>> develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to
>> boostorg/ublas/develop.
>>
>> If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this
>> week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who
>> contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points
>> describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own
>> work.
>>
>> Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57)
>> will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will
>> have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.
>>
>> Thanks everybody.
>> David
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> ublas mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/ublas
>> Sent to: [hidden email]
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Re: latest changes before 1.57

Nasos Iliopoulos
I am just putting together what we have for this release:

1. Changed the uBlas development folder structure (will not effect users of the library)

2. Cleaned up documentation items.

3. Performed a very large overhaul with respect to warnings/errors on various compilers. Apart for some hard to resolve warnings and older compiler incompatibilities, compilations with uBlas will be much cleaner now.

4. Fixed the long standing banded matrix bug (https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/7549).

5 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

6 - Added two new types: matrix_row and matrix_column facades . With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

7. Added fixed_vector/fixed_matrix classes to represent small - fixed size containers. Requires c++11 because it is using std::array.

-Nasos


On 10/15/2014 05:03 AM, David Bellot wrote:
Hi,

anyone else need to add something to the list of changes. So far, only Joaquim Duran sent a text.
The boostorg master branch is now up to date with the rest. So hopefully, if everything is fine with github, your changes are in boostorg/ublas master and develop branch and will be included in the next Boost 1.57.

Please check on your side that everything is correct by the way. I'm not a big fan yet of the github web interface, but that's the only thing I can use when I'm at the office. So I've made all the merges with this.

If you guys are happy, then we can start working on 1.58

Best,
David

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 11:27 PM, Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

This is my bullet:

1 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with
cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

2 - Has been implemented the facades matrix_row and matrix_column.
With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

Joaquim Duran

2014-10-08 23:21 GMT+02:00 Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]>:
> I haven't any change pending to push in develop. Currently I'm working
> on the branch 'feature 010 ide dev'.
>
> Joaquim Duran
>
>
> 2014-10-06 12:28 GMT+02:00 David Bellot <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we
>> do a release to boostorg ?
>>
>> If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the
>> develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to
>> boostorg/ublas/develop.
>>
>> If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this
>> week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who
>> contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points
>> describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own
>> work.
>>
>> Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57)
>> will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will
>> have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.
>>
>> Thanks everybody.
>> David
>>
>>
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Re: latest changes before 1.57

David Bellot
thanks. It should appear in boost/website soon.

On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 5:43 PM, Nasos Iliopoulos <[hidden email]> wrote:
I am just putting together what we have for this release:

1. Changed the uBlas development folder structure (will not effect users of the library)

2. Cleaned up documentation items.

3. Performed a very large overhaul with respect to warnings/errors on various compilers. Apart for some hard to resolve warnings and older compiler incompatibilities, compilations with uBlas will be much cleaner now.

4. Fixed the long standing banded matrix bug (https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/7549).

5 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

6 - Added two new types: matrix_row and matrix_column facades . With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

7. Added fixed_vector/fixed_matrix classes to represent small - fixed size containers. Requires c++11 because it is using std::array.

-Nasos



On 10/15/2014 05:03 AM, David Bellot wrote:
Hi,

anyone else need to add something to the list of changes. So far, only Joaquim Duran sent a text.
The boostorg master branch is now up to date with the rest. So hopefully, if everything is fine with github, your changes are in boostorg/ublas master and develop branch and will be included in the next Boost 1.57.

Please check on your side that everything is correct by the way. I'm not a big fan yet of the github web interface, but that's the only thing I can use when I'm at the office. So I've made all the merges with this.

If you guys are happy, then we can start working on 1.58

Best,
David

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 11:27 PM, Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

This is my bullet:

1 - The interface of matrices and vectors has been extended with
cbegin, cend, crbegin and crend member functions, as defined in c++11.

2 - Has been implemented the facades matrix_row and matrix_column.
With them, it is possible to access to the matrices as an array of
rows and an array of columns, respectively.

Joaquim Duran

2014-10-08 23:21 GMT+02:00 Joaquim Duran <[hidden email]>:
> I haven't any change pending to push in develop. Currently I'm working
> on the branch 'feature 010 ide dev'.
>
> Joaquim Duran
>
>
> 2014-10-06 12:28 GMT+02:00 David Bellot <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> do you have a latest change to commit to the ublas/develop branch before we
>> do a release to boostorg ?
>>
>> If so, please do it this week before Wednesday. On Wednesday I'll close the
>> develop branch for new changes and will do the latest push to
>> boostorg/ublas/develop.
>>
>> If everything's fine I'll push the code to boostorg/ublas/master this
>> week-end. In order to simplify my job, I'd like to ask to those who
>> contributed to this release to send me a small text with a few bullet points
>> describing their changes. It's better if you write the text about your own
>> work.
>>
>> Next week, the only changes I will accept for this release of Boost (1.57)
>> will be critical bugs. The rest will go again into ublas/develop but will
>> have to wait version 1.58 to be officially released.
>>
>> Thanks everybody.
>> David
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
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