make examples, and
make benchmark, for the time being, as these are rather CPU intensive. Instead, when working on a contribution (which you can find in the issue list under the “good first issue” label: https://github.com/stdlib-js/stdlib/issues), you’ll want to use the environment variable filter (e.g.,
repl.txtand the the same thing happened. Any clues to what I did wrong in my dev environement setup would be helpful
@rseal_gitlab No problem! Once merged, we’ll make a couple minor adjustments, and then you can start in on
As for addon and wasm glue code, not yet. Unfortunately, I need to spend some time rethinking how that glue code will work and “modernize” the current implementations in the other BLAS routines.
zas the variable to store the result of
sdot, but in tests, benchmarks and code examples I used
ddot, would you rather have me use the same variable name
zin benchmarks etc or should I use
dotto be consistent?
zas I had yet to come across your use of
sasum, also following the reference implementations).