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From: Brian Gough <>
Subject: GNU Scientific Library (GSL) 0.9.3 is released - 4th Beta Test Release
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 12:06:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <m15k2HR-000IWaC@localhost> (raw)

Dear GSL enthusiasts,

I have placed a new release snapshot of GSL (0.9.3) up for anonymous
ftp access.

The source code is available from the following locations,


The project home page is at

This release fixes all bugs reported recently and adds a few missing

Please continue testing and report any problems to

Here are the recent entries in the NEWS file. 

* What is new in gsl-0.9.3:

* Routines for complex LU decomposition are now available, allowing
the solution of systems of equations with complex coefficients.

* Matrix views of vectors now correctly require a unit stride for the
original vector.

* Permutations can now be applied to complex arrays and vectors.

* gsl_sf_pow_int now handles the case x = 0, n < 0

* The static versions of inline functions can now be hidden by
defining the preprocessor macro HIDE_INLINE_STATIC.  This is needed
for some compilers.

* The original seeding procedure of mt19937 is available through the
generator gsl_rng_mt19937_1998.  The seeding procedure was flawed, but
is available for compatibility.

* Added missing functions gsl_complex_div_real and

* Missing functions for constant vector and matrix views have now been

* Statistical calculations for histograms are now available, and the
gsl-histogram command also displays the histogram mean and standard

* The behavior of GSL_IEEE_MODE for denormalized exceptions has been
fixed on Openbsd and Netbsd.

* A pkg-config file gsl.pc is included in the distribution

* The reference manual can now be printed in @smallbook format without

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