From: Joel Miller <jdmiller@so...> - 2007-06-09 00:00:35
There have been a few changes with slab3d over the past several
months... One is a slight name change, "SLAB" to "slab3d". As it turns
out, this change corresponds well with some of the other changes, so I will
list related information under "SLAB" and "slab3d".
---- SLAB ----
SLAB was the original branch (or trunk) of slab3d primarily developed at
NASA. The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) also supported some SLAB
development. The last SLAB release was v5.8.1.
The NASA SLAB Home Page:
SLAB v5.8.1 is released through the NASA Open Source Software site:
The original SLAB mail list was replaced by the interim yahoo group back in
I imagine the NASA SLAB Home Page and the opensource.arc SLAB site will
remain, but I plan on removing the yahoo group once members have migrated
to the new list.
---- slab3d ----
slab3d continues where SLAB v5.8.1 left off. The new features were largely
funded by the AFRL, though NASA supported some development as well. I've
also been putting in a bit of my own time. Due to substantial funding cuts
at NASA Ames, it has become difficult to support slab3d using legacy NASA
The new slab3d home page:
The new slab3d release site:
The new slab3d mail list:
---- slab3d v6.0.0 ----
slab3d v6.0.0 is now available for download at:
New features are listed in the slab3d home page version history:
Joel D. Miller
Audio DSP Engineer
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