PDL 2.077 has just been released. Notable changes since 2.075:
- Performance improvements for Primitive::matmult
- Performance fix under Perl ithreading (thanks marioroy)
- Many bugfixes
- PDL::Demos now a plugin system, so pdl> demo will only list available ones and anyone can make one
- perldl now handles Ctrl-C properly and doesn’t lose history with OpenGL
- TriD demos now work correctly and look better - try them with demo 3d
A particular “non-functional” improvement, not mentioned above, is the amazing further development of the continuous integration (CI) by the mighty Zaki Mughal: now, on every single commit, not only is the entire library tested to ensure it is internally consistent, but the entire known “PDLverse” on CPAN is tested with that PDL. This opens the door to a new era of stability. Thanks, Zaki!
As usual, please give the new PDL a try and report any problems.