Alright, that syntax change was painful but now everything seems to have calmed down. We thank everyone for sticking with us and helping file issues as necessary. It seems most people have done the syntax update and now we’re moving on. In this release we are back to our usual and focused on feature updates. There are changes, but we can once again be deprecating any of our changes so that’s much easier on users.
DifferentialEquations.jl 4.0: Breaking Syntax Changes, Adjoint Sensitivity, Bayesian Estimation, and ETDRK4
In this release we have a big exciting breaking change to our API. We are taking a “now or never” approach to fixing all of the API cruft we’ve gathered as we’ve expanded to different domains. Now that we cover the space of problems we wish to solve, we realize many inconsistencies we’ve introduced in our syntax. Instead of keeping them, we’ve decided to do a breaking change to fix these problems.
In this release we have a big exciting breaking change to Sundials and some performance increases.
What’s a better way to ring in the new year than to announce new features? This ecosystem 3.3 release we have a few exciting developments, and at the top of the list is new IMEX schemes. Let’s get right to it.
DifferentialEquations.jl 3.2 is just a nice feature update. This hits a few long requested features.