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I'd like to make an announcement for GNU libmatheval library. Library is accepted as GNU project in September, but recent Savannah compromise slowed down development, so I'm sending announcement only now:
GNU libmatheval version 1.0.1 is released. GNU libmatheval is library for evaluating mathematical expressions. Library is written in C and exposes C and Fortran 77 interfaces. GNU libmatheval library makes it possible to evaluate mathematical expression given as strings over any number of variables and to calculate expression derivatives over any of given variables. Thus, library could be of interest to anyone that is writing software to accept mathematical expression as strings from users.
More information about GNU libmatheval are available at:
GNU Libtool 1.5.2
The Libtool Team is pleased to announce the release of GNU Libtool 1.5.2.
GNU Libtool hides the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable interface. GNU Libtool ships with GNU libltdl, which hides the comlexity of loading dynamic runtime libraries (modules) behind a consistent, portable interface.
This release fixes bugs and annoyances present in the 1.5 release.=20
New in 1.5.2: 2004-01-25
libtool-1.5.2 is available now from ftp ftp.gnu.org, along with diffs and xdeltas against libtool-1.5 that are also available from ftp.gnu.org/.=20 Please use a mirror to reduce stress on the main gnu machine:
Here are the compressed sources:
Here are the xdeltas and diffs against libtool-1.5:
Here are the gpg detached signatures:
Here are the MD5 and SHA1 checksums:
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