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= boost gets up to speed =
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Fedora 18 will include Boost version 1.50. The popular collection of C libraries is updated to the newest available version with each Fedora release.
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= Tracing with LTTng =
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Developers looking to improve their applications will find that Fedora 18's lttng-tools and ltt-ust packages provide fast and powerful tracing.  The tracer allows easy correlation of userspace and kernel traces, if the latter is available.
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= debug files get better =
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Fedora 18 ships with a small subset of debug information by default. Full debug information is still available in the debuginfo packages.
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Debuginfo will be post-processed by the DWARF compressor tool "dwz" to reduce size of the *.debug files.  Developers may run this same program on their binaries.
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= IPython updated =
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IPython has been updated to version 0.13 and notable features and head-ups are:
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The Notebook has a new user interface and has many new features like auto-folding of very long lines, uploading new notebooks to the dashboard, manage started clusters and improoved tooltips.
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The notebook format has changed and when you want to share your notebook with users of older version, there is a conversion script available.
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New cell magics like %%bash, %%ruby, %%timeit and many others.
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The Qt console has improved menus and can directly display jpeg images.
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Revision as of 05:53, 8 May 2013

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