[GRASS-dev] gmath/gpde Patch for grass6.5 and grass7

Soeren Gebbert soerengebbert at googlemail.com
Fri Aug 28 03:45:09 EDT 2009

Dear developers,
i have submitted the changes to the grass6 development branch (a patch for
grass7 is in development).
I have tested the patch several times and hope to not break anything in
grass ... .

You can test the patched grass version with the latest grass testsuite. It
ships additional tests
for the ccmath, gmath and gpde libraries.

To compile the gmath and gpde libraries tests you have to switch to the
library test directory and type make.
Doing so the modules test.gmath.lib and test.gpde.lib are available to test
the libraries.
The gmath library test also ships some benchmarks for solver and blas 2,3

The next step will be the replacement of the lib/gmath/lu.c code with the
ccmath version
including the patch of  several modules.
And the rewrite of several modules which are using
self made matrix/vector functionality with the gmath vector and matrix


2009/8/28 Hamish <hamish_b at yahoo.com>

> Hamish wrote:
> > I added a new lib/external/README.license file to explain
> > things.
> >
> > AFAICT the SUBMITTING file and RFCs do not require adjustment.
> Soeren:
> > Ok, i will put ccmath into lib/external together with the
> > lgpl.license file and a README.
> actually there is nothing about the GPL or the implications
> of it in the SUBMITTING file, probably it is a good idea to
> add something there after all, with a "be aware that files
> in lib/external/ ..." rider.
> I don't think technical SVN restrictions are workable, but I'm
> open to being proved wrong by a good idea.
> Hamish
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