In this post, I’ll have a look at a few statistics from QuantLib 1.9, released last week. If you don’t have it yet, you can download it here.
Coincidentally, last week also marked a couple of milestones for my books. Implementing QuantLib reached 300 readers, while QuantLib Python Cookbook got its 100th. Thanks to all those who bought them.
So, QuantLib 1.9. It comes 6 months after release 1.8 (with a bug-fix 1.8.1 release in between), which is still a bit longer that I’d like. It contains 38 issues and pull requests (you can see them on GitHub) and the git logs show 151 commits by 14 people, if I counted duplicates correctly.
As usual, I hope I acknowledged all the contributors in the list of change for the release. A big thank you to all of them, and apologies if I missed anyone.
Finally, the corresponding QuantLib-SWIG 1.9 release contains 61 commits by 7 people, making up 14 pull requests.
That’s all for this post. Oh, and don’t forget to check out the flyer for the next QuantLib User Meeting.
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