GMP 4.1.1 released
Sun, 01 Dec 2002 16:28:52 -0500
I say the only description for the 'What's new' is 'Bug fixes'.
Is there some place where you can actually see the list of corrected bugs?
I guess that there were some discussions about IA-64 bugs in specific
functions (correct me if I'm wrong).
Would be usefull to know what bug are fixed in determining if it can affect,
for example, some pre-existings implementations or if upgrading to 4.1.1 is
unnecessary for those implementations. I.E. if, for example, I wrote a
factoring program that would run only on an AthlonXP and Pentium (for the
moment) and using only some specific sets of functions like mpz_sqrt,
mpz_gcd, ... it wouldn't change anything to re-compile the whole sets of
library if the bug fixed only for IA-64 (just an example).
>From: Roberto Bagnara <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: GMP 4.1.1 released
>Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2002 21:34:53 +0100
>Torbjorn Granlund wrote:
>>GMP 4.1.1 has now made it to the GNU ftp server:
>>This is purely a bug fix release.
>A working URL is
>Prof. Roberto Bagnara
>Computer Science Group
>Department of Mathematics, University of Parma, Italy
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