PPL 0.4 has been released

Mon, 07/01/2002 - 20:22

This revolutionary release is a big step toward functional completeness of the library. We now have the best available support for Not Necessarily Closed (NNC) polyhedra (that is, polyhedra that can be expressed by a mixture of equalities and strict and non-strict inequalities). A complete C interface has been added and the Prolog interface has been extended and generalized (now supporting GNU Prolog, SICStus Prolog, SWI-Prolog and YAP). Support has been added for timeout-guarded operations. Portability has also been greatly improved: the library should now be completely written in standard C/C++, compiles cleanly under three major C++ compilers and has been roughly tested on a handful of different computing platforms. Besides that, almost everything has been improved and changed: see the release notes for more information (and forget about any kind of compatibility with release 0.3).

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