[Perldl] CHM/PDL-2.006_04.tar.gz released to CPAN

Chris Marshall devel.chm.01 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 10 04:11:31 HST 2013


This accompanies the first official (non-developer)
release of CHM/PDL-FFTW-2.017.tar.gz
With this release, PDL::FFTW is deprecated
from the core distribution and you will need to
install PDL::FFTW from CPAN directly if you
need that functionality.

Feedback welcome and enjoy!
Chris

Release Notes for PDL 2.006_04 --------------------------

 +---------------------------------------------------------------+
 | BE WARNED:  This release includes an update to the internal,  |
 | C-level PDL API for PDL versions 2.006 and earlier.  This     |
 | will require that you re-build any PP or XS modules.  Do not  |
 | upgrade or install over an existing PDL installation unless   |
 | you are prepared to do so!!!                                  |
 +---------------------------------------------------------------+

General Notes:

 * Another quick CPAN developers release

   - It is a snapshot of the current git development tree
     and everything may not work correctly or have complete
     documentation.

   - These release notes may not be fully complete.  Please
     see Changes (from the git log) for full details.

   - All tests may not pass, especially ones corresponding
     to issues in Known_problems.

   - Manual build/install is recommended although the
     cpan shell may be used by specifying the distribution
     path rather than just the module name, e.g.:

       cpan> get  CHM/PDL-2.006_04.tar.gz
       cpan> make CHM/PDL-2.006_04.tar.gz
       cpan> test CHM/PDL-2.006_04.tar.gz
       cpan> look CHM/PDL-2.006_04.tar.gz

Highlights:

 * PDL::FFTW in core distribution is deprecated and not
   indexed on CPAN.  To install, please use the stand-alone
   PDL::FFTW on CPAN.

 * More 64bit index support fixes and bugs resolved.

 * Update debian/perldl.conf to track top level perldl.conf.

 * Fix sf.net bug #331 "uniq does not always return proper object"

 * Fix polyfit() handling of BAD values and various edge cases.

 * Tests, docs, code cleanup...

 * Added pp_deprecate_module() to PDL::PP



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