, though we are rather fond of them for obvious reasons.
Submitted by Jashwanth on Mon, 06/11/2012 - 17:35
This is about the project "LAPACK binding with PLA".
To implement the project have been using winxed,read some code and examples related to this on http://whiteknight.github.com/Rosella/winxed/index.html
and have started to code in the same.
Till date have am trying to call the LAPACK function by using some of the matrices in PLA but got an error regarding a pointer and trying to figure out the cause as everything being passed to the lapack function is a pointer.
Submitted by brrt on Sun, 06/03/2012 - 16:33
So, what happened in the world of mod_parrot? Segfaults, thats what happened. And an awesome community helping and fixing every problem.
First the segfault. What happened is that I called compreg() from within a script. That failed because the compreg opcode assumes a hash to initialized, which wasn't. (It was NULL). So once I mentioned this on the mailinglist, within minutes whiteknight++ pushed a fix that made the opcode use the proper API function which fixed the problem.
Submitted by brrt on Mon, 05/21/2012 - 11:38
As you may or may not know, I'm tasked with implementing mod_parrot during this years' edition of google summer of code. So in preparation, I have researched the wealth of information that is the internet, and have found the following peculiar little tool:
Which stands for the apache extension tool, and which can - among other things - generate, compile, and install entire modules. I originally planned to take two weeks to do that very thing.
Submitted by jharper1 on Mon, 05/14/2012 - 15:14
Good day Parrot! A few people have already met me through chat, but for those who haven't, my name is Justin Harper. I am a Junior in the Electrical Engineering Department at Temple University in Philadelphia and am very excited to be apart of this team.
Submitted by benabik on Thu, 04/26/2012 - 15:03
My proposal for Google's Summer of Code 2012 has been accepted!
Submitted by Jashwanth on Wed, 04/25/2012 - 15:50
LAPACK bindings for Parrot-Linear-Algebra so as to provide an interface for the basic linear algebra functions.In modern treatments of linear algebra, matrices are considered first. Matrices provide a theoretically and practically useful way of approaching many types of problems including: solution of systems of linear equations,graph theory, theory of games, computer graphics,data compression,etc.
Submitted by brrt on Tue, 04/24/2012 - 20:44
Let me introduce myself. I'm Bart Wiegmans, brrt on irc, and I will be implementing a new mod_parrot this summer, courtesy of google and whiteknight. Which will make it possible to serve parrot-powered web applications once again.
So, who am I? I'm 24 years old and I study biology in Groningen, the Netherlands where I live together with my girlfriend. Aside from that, I work as a programmer for studenten.net. As for hobbies, I play mario kart and pikmin. I used to say I had four pet rats, but unfortunately one of them died just Last weekend.
Submitted by Whiteknight on Wed, 01/18/2012 - 02:40
At one extreme, it is possible to approach the subject on a high mathematical
epsilon-delta level, which generally results in many undergraduate students not
knowing what's going on. At the other extreme, it is possible to wave away all
the subtleties until neither the student nor the teacher knows what's going on.
-Stanley J. Farlow, Preface to Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and
On behalf of the Parrot team, I'm proud to announce Parrot 4.0.0,
also known as "Hyperstasis". Parrot
Submitted by ayardley on Wed, 01/11/2012 - 05:07
This blog is to announce the completion of placing all of Parrot's documentation on 'parrot.github.com'. The documentation ranges from the present version (i.e., v3.11.0) to Parrot's release v0.0.6(0). To view the documentation, please navigate your preferred browser to http://parrot.github.com and select (or click) the "Parrot Documentation Releases (3.10.0 - 0.1.1)" link.
Submitted by cotto on Tue, 12/20/2011 - 20:07
"If I had some duct tape, I could fix that."
On behalf of the Parrot team, I'm proud to announce Parrot 3.11.0, also known as "Duct tape". Parrot is a virtual machine aimed at running all dynamic languages.