The source package for C++QEDv2 Milestone 10 is now available on sourceforge. It is also available through git, tagged as 2.10.0 in the "master" branch. This branch will receive bugfixes, eventually released as 2.10.1, 2.10.2, etc.
The development of new features will continue in the "Development" branch.
Today, the new documentation has been uploaded to the main sourceforge page
At the same time, the head of the master git branch has been set to coincide with Development.
The Milestone 10 file releases (CPC, SourceForge, Debian, Arch), should not be very far, either.
A new Mercurial repository at
has been opened containing our changes to Blitz++.
At the moment, this includes
* our small change to allow compilation with llvm-clang, and
* our more substantial change to allow slicing for arbitrary arity.
The first C++QED developers' summit was held in the Wigner Research Centre for Physics in Budapest between the 16th and 18th of July. A document about the next steps of the development and a roadmap was created and can be accessed here: http://cppqed.sourceforge.net/developernotes.html
The long-awaited new release of Blitz++ appeared today: https://sourceforge.net/projects/blitz/files/latest/download
It is an AS-IS snapshot release of the mercurial development repository.