From: Maarten Kronenburg (M.Kronenburg_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-18 14:46:18
In my design document I mention
GMP as existing practice.
The basic assembler method for example
for multiplying is of course identical.
But the large multiplications are different,
see my document
Another difference is that I use C++ in
my implementation, while GMP uses C
with a C++ wrapper interface.
By the way I am already implementing
the real, and computed 10^8 decimals of
square roots and pi with my implementation,
checked with a computer algebra program.
After I submitted my source code to boost
I assume it will be as public domain as GMP is,
but subject to the boost license.
"David Gruener" <David.Gruener_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Maarten Kronenburg wrote:
> > Also I have a C++ implementation that will
> > be submitted to boost some time.
> How does your work relate to , especially when it comes
> to the point of existing practice for tr2?
>  http://www.swox.com/gmp
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