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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Tensor extension to the GSL - savan

From: Jonathan Gonzalez V.
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Tensor extension to the GSL -
Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2005 10:38:00 -0300
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address@hidden writes:

Hi Jordi Burguet,

I'm evaluating the project you submitted for approval in Savannah.

You have the Copyright and License notices missing in many files. Any
file with more than ten lines long should carry on a Copyright and
License notices, this rules include sell scripts, Makefiles(generated
by hand), etc. Some Copyright notices use a range of years, consider
to fix this for a list of year. Keep in mind that you have to use the
'(C)' with an upper case C. To learn more about the GNU GPL, consider
to read the GNU GPL How to here: 

To avoid confusions about Copyright and License notices, consider to
read these URLs:

If you are willing to make the changes mentioned above, please provide
us with an URL to an updated tarball of your project.  Upon review, we
will reconsider your project for inclusion in Savannah.


> A package was submitted to
> This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
> Jordi Burguet Castell <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
> License: gpl
> Other License: 
> Package: Tensor extension to the GSL
> System name: gsltensor
> Type: GNU
> Description:
> "Tensor" is a package to extend the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) so it
> can create and manipulate tensors of arbitrary dimension and rank. Tensors
> generalize vectors and (square) matrices, and their operations are also
> more general: apart from the straight tensor addition, substraction and
> multiplication by a scalar, there is a tensor product, index contraction,
> and swapping of indices.
> Source code of the current fully functional beta version is available at
> It is written in C and follows closely the standards of the GSL. It uses
> the autotools, so if the GSL is installed a simple "./configure && make
> && make check" should show an example of how it works.
> Its weaker point is incomplete documentation and the lack of complex
> numbers support, though the latter is not a feature I look forward for
> version 1.0.
> Other Software Required:
> GNU Scientific Library (GSL)
> Other Comments:

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