Recent Hacktivity

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I have been improving the test coverage and portability of Math::GSL and hacking and getting Math::Primality in a state so that my GSoC student can work on it. This involved porting it to use Math::GMPz (thanks Sysiphus!) instead of my fork of Math::BigInt::GMP on github. I have learned the way of "minimization of maintainence." This is again a lesson in not doing thorough enought prior art research before slicing into it with a large, dull chainsaw.

I have noticed an explosion of Perl-related blogs lately, it is great to see many facets of the Perl community in blog and RSS form, instead of only in mailing list posts. Adding more mediums of communication only strengthens ideas and spreads them faster.

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This page contains a single entry by Jonathan Leto published on May 11, 2009 12:29 AM.

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