After more than a year since the release of 0.7.0, I’m once again very happy to announce that the version 0.7.1 of the Orcus library is now available for download. You can download the package from the project’s download page.
This is a maintenance release. It primarily includes bug fixes and build fixes since the 0.7.0 release with no new features. That said, the most notable aspect of this release is that it is buildable with the version 0.9.0 of the Ixion library which was just released a week ago. So, if you are trying to package and distribute the newly-released Ixion library but are unable to do so because of Orcus not being buildable with it, you might be interested in this release.
The next major upgrade will be 0.9.0 whose development is on-going on the current master branch. Hopefully that release won’t be too far away.
After a somewhat long hiatus, I’m very happy to announce that the version 0.9.0 of the Ixion library has just been released. You can download the source package from the project’s download page.
The highlight of this release is the new Python binding. Though still somewhat experimental, Ixion’s Python API is considered equally important to the C++ counterpart, and it is my intention to make both Python and C++ API my priority from this point on.
I have made the documentation for the Python API available here. This documentation is still rough around the edges, but hopefully it will improve over time.
I’m happy to announce that mdds 0.12.0 is now out. You can download it from the project’s download page
The highlight of this release is mostly with the segment_tree data structure, where its value type previously only supported pointer types. Markus Mohrhard worked on removing that constraint from segment_tree so that you can now store values of arbitrary types just like you would expect from a template container.
Aside from that, there are some minor bug and build fixes. Users of the previous versions are encouraged to update to this version.