> and didn't want to block
> other people. It's easier to improve these pages now that they are in
> I agree with you that the comma-initializer is out of place here.
> Let's add a new page on advanced matrix initialization and
> construction, right after the page on Block... that would also be the
> place to talk about Identity(), Constant(), Random(), LinSpaced()...
> It's been a very busy week, but I should really have time this weekend.
> 2010/6/24 Carlos Becker <carlosbecker@xxxxxxxxx
>> Hi Benoit, I have completed my docs but the array part is still incomplete,
>> but I can try to do it for tonight so we can discuss about it.
>> Regarding the matrix algebra tut, I have re-organized things a bit, but I am
>> open to any further changes you may
>> consider: http://carlosbecker.com.ar/eigen/doc/TutorialMatrixArithmetic.html
>> I don't like the idea of introducing the comma initializer in that tutorial
>> since it is not specific to matrix algebra, IMO.
>> On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 12:59 PM, Benoit Jacob <jacob.benoit.1@xxxxxxxxx
>>> I think with all the effort that's been going on in the past few
>>> weeks, it would be a pity if we missed our beta1 date this weekend.
>>> Code-wise, we're ready for a beta (though there are some bugs on the
>>> issue tracker that need to be fixed). Documentation is what's blocking
>>> us. So let's focus on that! Especially the long tutorial.
>>> - I'll commit my page 1 in a short moment
>>> - Carlos, can you please send us what you have for pages 2-3, if
>>> they're not ready yet then I'll do the work.
>>> - everyone else, write here if you plan to take care of other pages
>>> for the long tutorial, or special topics.
>>> It would be good to have documentation in a decent state by Saturday.
>>> I'm OK to delay tagging until Sunday. Release a couple of days after