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Modularizing according to packages. #17

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@nixz

Modularizing allows the community to easily handle the code and make
quick changes. It makes the cepl interface clean for external user. It
open up more options for easy management of code.

For example one could replace the maths package with a standard
one (sb-cga) in the future or separate out the maths package as an
entirely independent project.

@nixz nixz Modularizing according to packages.
Modularizing allows the community to easily handle the code and make
quick changes. It makes the cepl interface clean for external user. It
open up more options for easy management of code.

For example one could replace the maths package with a standard
one (sb-cga) in the future or separate out the maths package as an
entirely independent project.
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@cbaggers
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Hi, I am finally getting back to working on my own projects again and I was interested in this thread. I was wondering why you closed it

@nixz
@nixz

I merged the branch into master and deleted it. I guess it closes the merge request if the branch disappears. Anyway I have sent you another request which has this and a bit more.

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Commits on Jul 18, 2014
  1. @nixz

    Modularizing according to packages.

    nixz authored
    Modularizing allows the community to easily handle the code and make
    quick changes. It makes the cepl interface clean for external user. It
    open up more options for easy management of code.
    
    For example one could replace the maths package with a standard
    one (sb-cga) in the future or separate out the maths package as an
    entirely independent project.
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