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Yeti version 6.3.3 released. 
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Post Yeti version 6.3.3 released.
Yeti version 6.3.3 has been released and can be downloaded at http://www-obs.univ-lyon1.fr/labo/perso/eric.thiebaut/?Software/Yeti/Downloads.

New features:
  • New function: anonymous to create anonymous functions.
  • New function: h_save to save variables to a hash-table.
  • New function: h_functor to create functor objects.
  • Manage to autoload yeti_yhdf.i whenever yhdf_* functions are called.
  • Add support for saving/restoring the evaluator of the hash table in a Yeti Hierarchical Data File.

*** WARNING ***

I anticipate that the next (major) release of Yeti will not include sub-parts such as the GSL (GNU Scientific Library) and FFTW plugins which have been superseded by:
  • YGSL a separate plugin available on GitHub https://github.com/emmt/ygsl
  • XFFT a more powerfull support to FFT (than yeti_fftw) which can use different FFT flavors (e.g. FFTW version 2 and 3) with/without multithreading, etc.

The YGSL plugin is (for the user) identical to what was in yeti_gsl. The only change is that you include "gls.i" instead of "yeti_gsl.i". The XFFT plugin implements Fast Fourier Tranform objects which are more powerful and more general but managed in a slightly different way than in yeti_fftw. If that makes an issue for someone, I can probably provide a wrapper. I would howevr recommend to switch to the new version. Anyway, feel free to discuss this point by posting on this forum.


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