On Thursday, 12 September 2013 at 20:11:30 UTC, Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote:
Hello all,

Today I pushed a number of major (and breaking) changes to the master repository of the D graph library. I've provided a brief summary on my blog, which also describes how to revise any programs to work with the new code:

I hope that these changes don't unduly inconvenience anyone currently using the library. My own take was that it's worth it in terms of moving to a generic design and offering some new higher-performance graph data structures, which I'll be describing in more detail some time soon.

Feedback on the new code is welcome. I would also like to offer thanks to all the nice people on D.learn who contributed useful ideas that helped with this update :-)

Thanks & best wishes,

    -- Joe

Do you have any plans to change license from GPLv3 to something more liberal like Boost, MIT or BSD? Without this it's impossible to use your library for commercial purposes.

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