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Extensions, Bug Fixes, and Changes During 2010

The independent(x) and adfun(x,y) functions require the elements of x and y to all have the same type. If this was not the case, pycppad might crash with out a useful error message. This has been fixed.

First version that works (and installs properly) under MS windows using the cygwin system; see special pycppad instructions for installing under cygwin .

Upgraded from using cppad-20100101.2 to cppad-20100101.5. This fixes a problem when installing pycppad with version 1.44.0 of boost-python .

The upstream tarball for CppAD was missing from The install process was failing because the upstream tarball was missing from . This has been fixed, and a newer upstream release has been used.

  1. Added --inplace to the optimized build instructions. Improved the install instructions and the discussion of the python path .
  2. Changes exit to sys.exit in and (required on some systems).
  3. Fixed the example so it displays the correct source code and changed all to numpy.all in that example (required on some systems).

Add the abort_recording function.

Change do that it patches the CppAD distribution (this fixes a problem with the optimized build).

Added the python ODE solver runge_kutta_4 which can be used with `smart' floating point types (e.g., AD types).

Upgraded from using cppad-20090909.0 to cppad-20100101.0.
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