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Blitz++ is a C++ template class library which provides array objects for scientific computing. It is not a linear algebra or fft library; see http://oonumerics.org/oon or http://www.math.unipd.it/~michela/OP.htm for libraries that will do those things. The original Blitz website was located at http://oonumerics.org/blitz. The Blitz project is now hosted by SourceForge and can be found on the web at http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/blitz. Licensing information is detailed in the LEGAL file. Summary: you can do anything except sell this library in source form. Blitz is licensed under either the Lesser GPL version 3 license (see COPYING and COPYING.LESSER), the BSD license (see COPYRIGHT), and the less restrictive Perl "artistic license" version 2.0 (see LICENSE). 1. Directories blitz Blitz++ headers and source files blitz/meta Blitz++ template metaprogramming headers blitz/array Blitz++ headers for Array class random Blitz++ headers for random number generation src Blitz++ source files compiled into library doc Current Blitz documentation using .texi and doxygen. manual Original Blitz manual in HTML and PS format (not updated) m4 Local m4 macros used by autoconf/automake compiler Compiler tests (used with obsolete bzconfig script) testsuite Test suite examples Example programs benchmarks Benchmark programs lib Build area for Blitz++ library 2. Compiling programs All Blitz++ header files are referred to with a prefix of "blitz/". For example, to use the Array<T,N> class, one needs to include <blitz/array.h> instead of just <array.h>. To make this work, the main Blitz++ directory must be in your include path. For example, if Blitz++ was installed in /software/Blitz++, you will need to compile with -I/software/Blitz++ and -L/software/Blitz++/lib -lblitz To summarize, a typical command line is: g++ foo.cpp -o foo -I/software/Blitz++ -L/software/Blitz++/lib -lblitz To avoid the -I and -L options, you can set up symbolic links -- see INSTALL for details. 3. Email addresses Please report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org> or submit a bug report on the SourceForge website at http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/blitz. Please send ideas or feature requests to <email@example.com> or submit them on the Blitz++ SourceForge website. 4. Legal mumbo-jumbo This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.