Version 2.4 of NTPoly is now available.

The main improvement in 2.4 is related to dense matrix operations. As a backup plan, NTPoly can convert to dense matrix multiplication when it determines that a block is not very sparse. I noticed that there were some potential bugs in this code when using older compilers. I also discovered that the performance was sub-optimal because we were still transposing those matrices using the sparse data structures. Version 2.4 fixes those issues, and in general improves the code.

As another minor improvement, I’ve set the matrix maps module to allow optional arguments.

Finally, we’ve fully switched from Travis-CI to Github actions, and I’ve removed any legacy files that were only there for Travis.