libSIMD is a mathematical library utilising SIMD features of common processors to accelerate many commonly-used algorithms where compilers fear to tread.
Release Notes: The names of the array functions have been changed. Double-precision array functions have been added, and the tests have been updated.
Release Notes: The assembly syntax has been cleaned up for compilation with gcc-3.2.
Release Notes: This release adds typedefs to make the source tidier. There are some fixes.
Release Notes: Bbugs in the new trig. approximations have been fixed. New double precision trig. approximations have been added. The double precision library now builds as shared. New trig. functions have been added to the test programs.
Release Notes: Cleanups to the make process, support for compiling with -fPIC to a shared library, array operations, new trig. approximations, code cleanups, and bugfixes.