Math::GSL 0.14

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Changes in 0.14:

    - Chebyshev Series Approximation, with tests and docs
    - Examples and new documentation in Statistics, as well as tests (Thierry)
    - Bugfixes relating to compiling on 64bit Red Hat Linux, reported by Michael Roberge
    - Improved FFT, Deriv, Integration, Chebyshev, Combination and Roots docs
    - Documentation for Math::GSL::Test 
    - Improved introduction examples in Math::GSL
    - Improved Minimization subsystem tests, but it is not functional
    - Added examples/deriv/basic

        This shows the simple fact that d/dx(sin(x)) = cos(x)

    - Added examples/sf/erfc_check (thanks to Keith Lofstrom)

        Script which tests the erfc() special function against computing
        the integral definition with gsl_integration_qagiu()

        This shows a considerable performance boost using Math::GSL::Vectors
        instead of List::Util when searching for the min and max elements of
        large sets of random numbers.

    - Fixed return signature of gsl_deriv_* functions to return a flat list
    - Fixed some failing tests relating to  -Duselongdouble (Sisyphus)
    - Fix location of shared objects (Sisyphus)
    - Added raw() method to RNG objects

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