## Release v0.3.0 This release includes a change that is not technically a breaking change because it won't cause existing code to not compile anymore. However it is an important semantic change to justify a major release: - The arguments of `copysign` are now swapped: `a.copysign(b)` will copy the sign of `b` into `a` (the previous behavior copied the sign of `a` into `b`). This change was needed to align with the argument order used by the standard library, thus avoiding hard-to-debug errors due to mismatching conventions. - The arguments of `simd_copysign` are now swapped too. This release also updatse the `num-complex` dependency to its latest version 0.3. ## Release v0.2.4 - Make `Fixed.to_bits` and `Fixed::from_bits` const-fn. - Make our `Fixed` wrapper type `repr(transparent)`. ## Release v0.2.3 - Add `.to_bits` to our fixed-point number newtype. - Add `::from_bits` to our fixed-point number newtype. - Add `Ord` implementation for our fixed-point number newtype. - Add `Mul<int>, Div<int>, Rem<int>, MulAssign<int>, DivAssign<int>, RemAssign<int>` implementation for our fixed-point number newtype, where `int` is the underlying integer used by the fixed-point number. ## Release v0.2.2 - Fix a compilation error when building simba with out `std` and with the `libm` feature. ## Release v0.2.1 - Add SIMD types named, e.g. `AutoF32x4`, based on auto-vectorization only. They don't call any SIMD intrinsics and let the compiler do the vectorization, if it can. ## Release v0.2.0 - The use of `libm` in `#[no-std]` environments is now opt-in by enabling the `libm` feature. - If the `libm` is not enabled in a `#[no-std]` environment, then no `RealField` or `ComplexField` impls will be provided for floats. - Add the `libm_force` cargo feature that forces the use of `libm`, even when we don't target `no-std`. - Add `copysign` to copy the sign from one number to another. - Add `simd_horizontal_min`, `simd_horizontal_max` to compute the min/max among the lanes of a single SIMD number. - Wrap all SIMD bools from `packed_simd` into our own `Simd<_>` newtype.