From: thierno camara (thiernocamara2003_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-31 13:44:20
I've been busy with porting the public domain C library libtommath to
C++. The code is quite usable as it is and some simple documentation
exists in the libs/mp_math/doc/html subfolder. I've implemented all
C++ operators for the mp_int<> type and it can thus be used just like
a built-in integer type. Some things like random number generation and
primality testing have not been documented yet.
Please have a look, I'm looking for feedback at the moment so that I
can plan on how to proceed.
2008/3/31, Jared McIntyre <jmcintyre_at_[hidden]>:
> Has something changed in the way you build libraries? I'm building
> using the following command:
> bjam --build-dir=builddir --toolset=msvc-8.0 stage
> This no longer builds any of the libboost* versions, nor any debug
> builds when run against 1.35. bjam version is 03.1.16. I'm not
> having any issues with gcc builds.
> Secondly, is there a link on the website to the 1.35 Getting Started
> docs? I ended up finding it through the searc on the site. It might
> be nice if that was linked to from the documentation section. Maybe
> even listed at the top.
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-- In god we trust. Thierno Camara
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