Re-posted from: http://juliadiffeq.org/2017/05/18/Filling_in.html
In the 2.0 state of the ecosystem post
it was noted that, now that we have a clearly laid out and expansive common API,
the next goal is to fill it in. This set of releases tackles the lowest hanging
fruits in that battle. Specifically, the interop packages were setup to be as
complete in their interfaces as possible, and the existing methods which could
expand were expanded. Time for specifics.
Re-posted from: http://juliadiffeq.org/2017/04/30/API_changes.html
This marks the release of ecosystem version 2.0. All of the issues got looked
over. All (yes all!) of the API suggestions that were recorded in issues in
JuliaDiffEq packages have been addressed! Below are the API changes that have occurred.
This marks a really good moment for the JuliaDiffEq ecosystem because it means all
of the long-standing planned API changes are complete. Of course new things may come
up, but there are no more planned changes to core functionality. This means that we can simply
work on new features in the future (and of course field bug reports as they come).
A blog post detailing our full 2.0 achievements plus our 3.0 goals will come out at
our one year anniversary. But for now I want to address what the API changes are,
and the new features of this latest update.
Re-posted from: http://juliadiffeq.org/2017/04/07/features.html
DifferentialEquations v1.9.1 is a feature update which, well, brings a lot of new
features. But before we get started, there is one thing to highlight: