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Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: Edward Grace (ej.grace_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-18 13:19:18

On 18 Aug 2009, at 17:48, Rutger ter Borg wrote:

> DE wrote:
>> by the way i asked a colleague of mine (who is familiar with
>> matlab as
>> well as c++) what syntax does he like more? and he said that he
>> prefers c++ (regardles of performance)
>> so my point is that it's a pure matter of taste
> Guys, I've looked into GLAS a bit more. Please go read this
> document of last
> month,
> It supports everything discussed in this thread, and more! It is
> available
> on the Internet. It has a Boost community background. Let's stop
> reinventing
> the wheel at least three times.

Hah hah, I

"Pentagonal" -> Seriously, been done!

I'm just trying to stick my oar in to try and make sure scientists
don't get left out in the cold by people developing scientific

I take some exception to the 'emotional arguments' as the opposition
to C++. If the C++ implementation isn't faster [one day I suspect it
will be] -- ultimately why should they care?



"No more boom and bust." -- Dr. J. G. Brown, 1997

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