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    Inicio > Historias > Algorithm::Evolutionary 0.56 released

    Algorithm::Evolutionary 0.56 released

    It's been a long time since the last release, two whole years, and during all that time anybody without the XML::Parser module would have been unable to install it. I have been using it all the time, and making improvements, but I couldn't make myself to release a new version until there was something really different. Still there isn't, but, hey, it's been a couple of years so it's time to brush up the thing, so here's Algorithm::Evolutionary 0.56, which passes all tests with flying colors, and which I've using lately for my PPSN papers
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    De: Marcelo Fecha: 2008-06-25 00:01

    Hi, JJ!

    Congratulations for the update of your software! :)

    I got frightened by those "Something::Something" stuffs! A friendly GUI would help a lot spreading your software, since lines of code are only fully comprehensible by their author itself... :(

    But I should confess I prefer C++ instead of PERL or JAVA.

    If programming languages were a restaurant, then C++ would be the filet mignon! :)

    Hasta la vista!

    Marcelo



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2008-06-25 07:39

    It's in the roadmap; I should do it before 1.0. I also did C++ some time ago, but every time I needed to change something, the language and libraries had changed and I had to learn it all over again; I haven't done anything in C++ for years.



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