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Re: symbolic toolbox

From: Joe Koski
Subject: Re: symbolic toolbox
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 21:20:50 -0700
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on 2/18/04 8:24 PM, Paul Kienzle at address@hidden wrote:

> On Feb 18, 2004, at 9:58 PM, Henri Mollet wrote:
>> I would love to have a symbolic toolbox. I looked at
>> the files and they are mostly .cc source files and
>> need to be compiled to produce .oct files that can be
>> used at octave prompt (I hope I got this correct by
>> now). Please tell me, if I had octave-forge installed,
>> would I still have to compile each .cc file?
> If you have all parts of octave-forge installed, then you
> would have the symbolic toolbox.
> However, the configure operation in octave-forge
> checks for necessary libraries and doesn't bother
> compiling those parts for which it does not have
> libraries.  Given that I don't see GiNaC on fink or
> darwinports, I suspect the octave-forge packages
> won't have symbolic capabilities.  I don't see the
> CLN package either, but at least gmp is there.

Fink also has available maxima, the first and longest lived of all the
symbolic math packages.

Joe Koski

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