There has been a few changes and documentation written in fact. A few new
algorithms has been added like the assignment operators.
It is actively maintained even if in it's current state there is not a lot
In fact, I'm seriously thinking at ...
- changing the core library to make it able to be faster, introduce new
algorithms, and auto-vectorization
- removing the vector class in favor of a unique matrix class (and vector
would simply be a one-column matrix). That would allow us to simply
represent column and row vector and unify the computation engine
- be faster than eigen and armadillo: ok that one is gonna be pretty hard
Meanwhile, I'm slowly improving little things... Fortunately, I have been
using ublas for my job for the last few years.
But for sure, it needs more love.
On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 15:15, Sean Reilly wrote:
> I'm using uBLAS for a big project, and just wanted to see if it is
> still being actively maintained. It doesn't seem like there have been
> many changes in the last few years.
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