Re: C library for numerical analysis and math
> > I dont want to work with Octave since it is interpreter based and the
> > whole point behind numerical analysis is super speed.
> Old fashion programmer uh? :) Anyway, any C library can be potentially
> embedded in a scripting language like octave (as it's true for perl or
> python). So the integration with octave or scilab or anything else can
> be attained later.
are you nuts, or just crazy?
odds are that the stuff in octave and friends (atlas, lapack, etc) is a
LOT better tested than what you're writing from scratch... most of those
have been tested for YEARS, not just weeks or months.
i hate to put it this way, but it sounds like you're spewing blue-sky
notions. and this is probably getting a little off-topic for d-mentors.