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- Subject: Re: [ANN] GSL Shell 2.0 beta1 release
- From: Francesco Abbate <francesco.bbt@...>
- Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 12:14:26 +0100
I didn't get any feedback about the release of GSL Shell 2.0. I don't
know if actually someone tried to compile the package or maybe tried
the binary packages.
In principle I would have appreciated to have at least some feedback
about the compilation of the software on unix-like systems but that's
I've made some fixes to make GSL Shell work on x64 platforms. I would
really appreciate if someone could test and give me some feedback
since I've limited access to x64 platforms.
The x64 fix is in the "x64-build-fix" branch of the git repository. In
order to test you need to perform the following operations:
> git clone http://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/gsl-shell.git -b x64-build-fix
> cd gsl-shell
Then you can test by giving:
> demo('nlfit2') -- non-linear fit
> demo('numint') -- numeric integration
> demo('ode1') -- ODE systems integration
> dofile('benchmarks/lmfit/nist_test.lua') -- NIST tests for non-linear fit
Please note that these are not formal tests but if GSL Shell works
correctly you should not have any errors and obtain some plots.
If I don't ask too much I would *greatly* appreciate if someone can
try a MAC OS X build and eventually contributes the required Makefile
Of course I know that many people in the list are just not interested.
That's fine of course but I would nevertheless appreciate a feedback
about the compilation of the package. I hope someone in the list can
Many thanks in advance and best regards,