BarrOffI was rather busy the last days, so I did not respond earlier. It is nice to hear that I brought you inspiration. I wanted to thank you because you are the first person I encountered in an open source project. If that person would have been harsh, it might have stopped me from continuing. But you were welcoming and motivating. 😃👍
BarrOffAlso, do you know project Euler? Pari is really well suited for that
BarrOffAt least it isn't very difficult, just needs time and concentration. I have been trying to use nimarchive on Linux, MacOS and FreeBSD, but nowhere did it work. I allready filed an issue, but could you do a quick check on it? Just the simple example on the github page would be enough.
Error: undeclared identifier: 'getProjectCacheDir'
Thanks for the kind words :)
The key now I guess is to make sure they all cooperate with each other, that is one of the main strengths of the Scipy ecosystem that everything works together
and yes, this is something I've been thinking about more and more, since I rewrote ggplotnim's data frame
arraymancer.nim, which imports and exports all submodules. But due to how nim imports work, I think one cannot actually import only parts of arraymancer, e.g.
import arraymancer / tensorjust doesn't work for some reason.