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PDL 2.083 released and updates from a year of PDLing

by zmughal (Novice)
on May 01, 2023 at 00:16 UTC ( #11151922=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Crossposted from

A new release of PDL is out!

A summary of changes over the last year since PDL 2.077:

  • PDL::IO::STL: read and write STL (stereolithography format) files that are used in applications such as 3D printing.
  • Improvements to the C API and PP code generator (many in order to support writing bindings to external non-PDL code).
  • Incorporation of several of Bryan Jurish's PDL::VectorValued functions into the core PDL distribution. Thank you Bryan Jurish!
  • Continuing improvements to add complex number support to more PDL functions such as conv2d() and interpolate(). Thank you W. Luis Mochán & Eric Wheeler!
  • Improvements to handling of badvals, NaNs, and empty ndarrays for various functions (Ufunc, setops, whereND, append). Thanks to Kieron Taylor & James Cook!
  • Improvements to documentation generation for non-core PDL modules.
  • New sound demo by Harald Jörg!

And finally thanks to all the folks reporting bugs!

But that's not all! There have been several exciting releases in the broader World of PDL:

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