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Old 2010-11-21, 17:38   #1
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Default LLR final 3.8.4 Version is available!

Hi,

The final (I hope) LLR 3.8.4 version is now available on my personal site :

http://jpenne.free.fr/index2.html

You will find here the compressed Windows and Linux binaries, and also the
compressed source directory, which is needed to build the Mac Intel binary.

This version is identical to the previous version, but uses the final gwnum V26.4
code. I updated also the LLR development version 3.8.4 binaries accordingly (excepted the Mac Intel one) so, they are today identical to the final ones.

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Old 2010-11-22, 01:57   #2
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What differences (if any) are there between this and the last 3.8.4 development version? (That is, do I need to upgrade? )

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Old 2010-11-22, 17:36   #3
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What differences (if any) are there between this and the last 3.8.4 development version? (That is, do I need to upgrade? )
The only difference is that it uses the final V26.4 gwnum library.
If I am not wrong, only Mac Intel users may be concerned, due to bugs
corrected by George.
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Old 2010-11-28, 10:01   #4
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Default The Mac Intel binary is now available!

Thanks to Iain Bethune, the Mac Intel binary is now available on my personal pages.
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Old 2011-02-10, 02:44   #5
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I am currently running tests on small n's, and saving backup files requires high hard drive activity, which slows down the comptuer and the progress of the tests themselves. Is there an option to avoid creating any backup file?
I know I won't be able to restart in case of round off error or machine rebooting, but I can bear with that.

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I am currently running tests on small n's, and saving backup files requires high hard drive activity, which slows down the comptuer and the progress of the tests themselves. Is there an option to avoid creating any backup file?
I know I won't be able to restart in case of round off error or machine rebooting, but I can bear with that.
I will add this option in next release 3.8.5 which will be available soon.
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