Release Notes: A tree data structure especially suited to storing configuration data has been added. The default format for time durations is now "%-%O:%M:%S%F" instead of "%-%H:%M:%S%F". The performance of the incomplete gamma function and its inverse was substantially improved, which enhances the performance of the gamma, poisson, chi-squared, and non-central chi-squared distributions. Support has been added for many Perl 5.10 syntax elements, including named sub-expressions, branch resets, and recursive regular expressions. Boost.Python supports Python 3.
Release Notes: Many new and updated libraries.
Release Notes: Python support was updated. PowerPC and PowerPC 64 problems were fixed. Bugs in makefiles, threading, and Linux heap handling were fixed.
Release Notes: The lbraries are updated, with lots and lots of improvements and new features and components added, including support for Python 2.3 and Intel C++ on Linux, provision of an element-preserving resize operation in MultiArray as well as the default construction, a major version upgrade of the Iterator Library, with an interface as proposed for the C++ library TR, including an improved iterator_adaptor design. A new Container Indexing Suite was added. Keyword arguments were improved, and there are better error messages, including name demangling for GCC. There is a simpler build procedure, and much more.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug which caused many problems.
Release Notes: New features in this release include a greatly simplified property plugin mechanism, a well-defined interface for extracting internal property accessors from graphs, the dynamic_graph class (fast add/remove vertex), and Johnson's all pairs shortest paths.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement