We’ll have an fplll coding sprint aka “FPLLL Days” in July. This time around, we plan a slightly modified format compared to previous instances. That is, in order to encourage new developers to get involved, we plan to have a 2 day tutorial session (shorter or longer depending on participants/interest) before the start of FPLLL Days proper.
New versions of fplll and fpylll were released today. I’ve reproduced release notes below for greater visibility. The biggest user-visible changes for fplll are probably that
- CVP enumeration is not experimental any more,
- support for external enumeration libraries (go write that GPU implementation of enumeration) was added and
- support for OSX was greatly improved.
On the fpylll side, the biggest user-visible changes are probably various API updates and a much nicer strategy/framework for gathering statistics about BKZ.
The next version of fplll will contain support for LLL reduction on Gram matrices.