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Version 1.3.2

Summary of changes:

  1. Fixed memory leaks in G-RandomAccess driver routine.
  2. Made the check for 32-bit vector sizes in G-FFT optional. MKL allows for 64-bit vector sizes in its FFTW wrapper.
  3. Fixed memory bug in single-process FFT.
  4. Update documentation (README).

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Version 1.3.1

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Version 1.3.0

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Version 1.2.0
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Version 1.0.0

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