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Re: [Axiom-developer] Building silver git tree on Gentoo

From: M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] Building silver git tree on Gentoo
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 19:13:58 -0800
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C Y wrote:
OK, it looks like inserting -lXpm into a couple make files did it - I'm
not sure yet however where the "correct" place in the Gentoo makefiles
to add that section is.


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I just got home from work. I started mine up before I left and it compiled and installed flawlessly with no changes other than setting the gcl version to 2.6.7 in the top-level Makefile. I do this mostly because I haven't been able to get any of the 2.6.8 versions to build on my 64-bit system and don't want different versions.

I get my source from SVN rather than GIT -- could that be making mine work? The last five changes in the changelog are

20071208 tpd src/algebra/axserver.spad add makeDBPage, getShow
20071208 tpd src/interp/http.lisp add replace-entities
20071206 tpd src/interp/daase.lisp find the right sourcefile (bug 7020)
20071205 wxh src/algebra/mathml fix empty list on continuedFraction bug (7014)
20071205 wxh src/algebra/mathml remove code to eat %% (bug 7016)

If you want, I'll do an "emerge info" and send you the results off list -- no point in putting to much Gentoo-ism into the list. :)

On a totally unrelated note -- what's the lightest-weight open source CAS that will do differentiation and high-school-level integration? I'm getting one of those Give One Get One laptops from the One Laptop Per Child organization and I want to put a CAS on it. I know Maxima will work, so unless there's something lighter, that's what I'm going with.

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