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Re: [Help-gsl] Writing Chebychev coefficients to disk

From: Paulo Jabardo
Subject: Re: [Help-gsl] Writing Chebychev coefficients to disk
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 12:32:59 -0300 (ART)

What could be interesting is to develop some
guidelines on serialization of GSL objects. Any
feature would have a standard way to write the code to
a file (or stream) and a standard way to read it. Some
sort of ASCII file format could be developed and
objects could be written and read using this file

I don't need such resource for now for my C programs
because GSL is a tiny part of my applications. I don't
know how useful tis could be but I use R-project a lot
and one of the features that I like a lot is the
possibility to saving variables and environments to a
file and being able to retrieve my work environment

What do you think about this?

As for the format, there are several alternatives.
Some XML thing, or, what I consider a better solution,
some scripting language such as GUILE or LUA.


--- Brian Gough <address@hidden> escreveu:

> At Wed, 7 Mar 2007 21:25:30 +0100,
> Oliver Jennrich wrote:
> > I'm just working on a program that uses
> (piecewise) Chebychev interpolation
> > and need to write the corresponding
> gsl_cheb_struct in a file for later use.
> > 
> > No big deal, but I was wondering if there is a
> general need for something
> > like gsl_cheb_series_write and
> gsl_cheb_series_read.
> Thanks for the suggestion, I've added a TODO entry
> to provide a way to
> save/restore coefficients, or access the coefficient
> data.
> -- 
> Brian Gough
> (GSL Maintainer)
> Network Theory Ltd,
> Publishing the GSL Manual -
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