Subject: Re: [boost] Regarding GSoC
From: Christopher Kormanyos (e_float_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-02-03 15:27:36
Well, one potential first step would be to see if you can start
working with the detailed sample code provided in the link
on the GSoC projects page.
It's a lot of heavy code, almost 1,000 lines, but it's clean
and well commented.
Try to compile the code.
We just fixed a minor bug with GCC 4.8.1 today, so we should
be good to go on that sample file for, say GCC 4.6-ish through
GCC 4.8.2, and VC10 through VC12.
I only used a few C++11 features such as lambdas.
See if you can pull the file and get it to run on a compiler
of your choice.
Best regards, Chris.
On Monday, February 3, 2014 2:42 PM, "shubhv_at_[hidden]" <shubhv_at_[hidden]> wrote:
I am a sophomore student of Computer Science Department, IIT Kanpur, India.
I have been going through the boost libraries for quite some time now, and
also have read through the proposed GSoC projects in 2014. I am especially
interested in the Boost.Math Generalized Hyper geometric Functions. Though
I have gone through the links provided under that project and am trying to
become versed with Boost's Math library, I am finding it difficult to find
a starting point to contributing.
I would be really glad if someone could help me in the initial phase by
directing me to the right starting point and guide me through.
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