|Fernando de Oliveira
Asymptote: 2.36 Released Asymptote http://asymptote.sourceforge.net is a powerful descriptive vector graphics language for technical drawing, inspired by MetaPost but with an improved C++-like syntax. Asymptote provides for figures the same high-quality level of typesetting that LaTeX does for scientific text. Bezier triangle patches have been implemented in place of degenerate Bezier tensor product patches. Surface rendering was improved. The configuration of the readline and gc libraries was fixed. The asy configuration directory is only created if localhistory=false. Patches are now sorted by projected distance. Animations were fixed by running LaTeX twice. The asy-mode.el headers were updated. Intermittent segmentation faults and floating point exceptions in the OpenGL renderer were fixed. Support for GSL 2.0 was added. A quite nan constant was added. Straight segments are no longer split in bezulate. Segmentation faults in tab completion were fixed. A work around for a clang 3.7.0 compiler bug was implemented. The smoothcontour routine was sped up. Several bugs in the file read routines were fixed. A bug in rest argument signature equivalence was fixed. Threads are no longer used in batch mode, except under MacOS X. A convenience function graphicscale was added for using graphic with the conTeXt tex engine. The splinetype detection for Spline surfaces was fixed. Posted by John Bowman 22 hours ago
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