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Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation for R6RS Scheme
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* Setup $ cd ~/scheme # Or wherever you keep your Scheme libraries $ git clone git://github.com/dharmatech/surfage.git $ git clone git://github.com/dharmatech/dharmalab.git $ git clone git://github.com/dharmatech/mpl.git * Running the unit tests $ ikarus --r6rs-script test.sps The unit tests have been run successfully in: Ikarus (development version) Chez 8.0 Ypsilon (development version) Racket 5.0.2 * About Implements some of the algorithms in the books: Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Elementary Algorithms and Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Mathematical Methods by Joel S. Cohen. See 'test.sls' for examples. See the file 'mpl.org' for more information. * A couple of essential libraries library: (mpl rnrs-sans) Exports all of '(rnrs)' except for procedures which conflict with those provided by the mpl libraries. So basically, if you usually begin your R6RS code by importing '(rnrs)' and you'd like to make use of the MPL libraries without having to worry about naming conflicts, import '(mpl rnrs-sans)' instead. library: (mpl all) Exports the commonly used procedures and macros offered by MPL. It is generally the case each MPL component is defined in it's own library. For example, the the library '(mpl algebraic-expand)' exports the single procedure 'algebraic-expand'. When designing R6RS libraries which make use of MPL libraries, many users will choose to import individual MPL libraries a la carte. However, when you're experimenting at a REPL, it can get tedious to import the libraries individually. Thus the '(mpl all)' library is provided so that you can get the common parts of MPL in one import.