Fedora 23 Update: ocaml-tplib-1.3-20.fc23

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Name        : ocaml-tplib
Product     : Fedora 23
Version     : 1.3
Release     : 20.fc23
URL         : https://gforge.inria.fr/projects/tplib
Summary     : Tropical Polyhedra Library
Description :
TPLib computes a description by means of vertices and rays of tropical
polyhedra defined by means of inequalities, and conversely.

It also provides a numerical abstract domain based on tropical
polyhedra, in order to infer min-/max- invariants over programs.

Update Information:

Changes in ocaml-zarith 1.4:  - Improvements to Q (using divexact) [Bertrand
Jeannet] - Fixed div_2exp bug [Bertrand Jeannet] - Improvements for divexact
[Bertrand Jeannet] - Added of_substring, with fast path for native integers
[Thomas Braibant] - Added Z.powm_sec (constant-time modular exponentiation) -
Reimplemented Z.to_float, now produces correctly rounded FP numbers - Added
Z.trailing_zeros. - Added Z.testbit, Z.is_even, Z.is_odd. - Added Z.numbits,
Z.log2 and Z.log2up. - PR$1467: Z.hash is declared as "noalloc" [Fran├žois Bobot]
- PR#1451: configure fix [Spiros Eliopoulos] - PR#1436: disable "(void)" trick
for unused variables on Windows [Bernhard Schommer] - PR#1434: removed
dependencies on printf & co when Z_PERFORM_CHECK is 0 [Hannes Mehnert] -
PR#1462: issues with Z.to_float and large numbers.  Changes in ocaml-zarith
1.4.1:  - Fixed ml_z_of_substring_base and Z.of_substring [Thomas Braibant] -
Integrated Opam fix for Perl scripts [Thomas Braibant]  alt-ergo, frama-c,
ocaml-tplib, and why3 updates are rebuilds for the new ocaml-zarith.

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