Where to next with Exupery?

Russell Penney russell.penney at tincanct.com
Sun May 15 08:03:07 UTC 2005

I do however plan more work on the floating point version that is on
SqueakMap. That is much higher on the list :)

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> bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Russell Penney
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> > Ogg people, does Ogg use integers or floats?
> Floats. There is an integer version called Tremor for embedded processors
> but I haven't had time to port it yet. Well actually after porting the
> floating point version I was over it! It is in my to-do list at about
> 100th
> place.
> What Ogg does is really basic signal processing (I think, I ported it but
> I
> don't claim to understand it) and tends to work on arrays. One of the
> steps
> I remember is to take an array, read various parts of the array,
> manipulate
> the values somehow and write back to another part of the array.
> I would assume something like that would already be in the tests.
> Russell

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