From: David B. Held (dheld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-05 20:03:58
"John Phillips" <phillips_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> The only problem I see is that many of the libraries listed at
> oonumerics haven't been under development for a few years. This
> could be because the authors are happy with what they have and
> see no need for further work on it or because they just stopped
> working on it. I have no way to know that, but either way I would
> expect it to be hard to get them involved in boostifying the work.
At the least it would be a good idea to see if they would let us use
their libraries as a starting point, wouldn't it? At the very least, we
could ask them to license their libraries under the BSL. I mean, for a
task as big as making C++ a first-rate scientific computing language,
we need all the help we can get, no?
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