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Commits on May 9, 2009
  1. update Changes and TODO

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  2. Add some tests to Randist

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  3. Update KNOWN_BUGS

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  4. Make conversion of "void *ntuple_data" less wrong.

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    Fixed bugs in NTuple.t fixture data
    Added test for gsl_ntuple->new
Commits on May 8, 2009
  1. Re-enables NTuple tests, which fail by returning a non-zero Wstat

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    Test Summary Report
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    t/NTuple.t       (Wstat: 10 Tests: 8 Failed: 0)
      Non-zero wait status: 10
      Files=52, Tests=3626, 10 wallclock secs ( 0.91 usr  0.28 sys + 11.49
      cusr  1.73 csys = 14.41 CPU)
      Result: FAIL
  2. update KNOWN_BUGS

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  3. Add some stubs to CREDITS

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Commits on May 7, 2009
  1. Fix uninitialized value warning in t/SF.t caused by $Math::GSL::GSL_M…

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    …ODE_DEFAULT not being imported
  2. Fix some Linalg tests that were doing is_* instead of ok_* and make s…

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    …ome more resilient to floating point deviations
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Commits on Apr 23, 2009
  1. Update META.yml

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  2. Update changes and bump version

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  3. @vdanjean
  4. Undo a merge oops

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  5. @vdanjean

    Correctly manage callbacks

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    gsl_function and gsl_monte_function are handled in this patch.
    This implementation do not mess with the memory.
    We put on the C stack during all the function using the callback
    a structure (gsl_[monte_]function_perl) that has all what we need.
    We use the 'params' parameter in the original C structure to
    track the adress of this structure and our C callback
    (call_gsl_[monte_]function) use params to get back the info and
    call the perl callback.
    
    When a gsl_function is required, the corresponding Perl parameter
    must be either a function (ref to code or routine name string)
    or a reference to a array of a function (ref to code or routine
    name string), [an integer for gsl_monte_function, ]and a
    scalar that will be passed "as it is" to the callback perl function.
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