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Embeddable-maxima

embeddable-maxima is fork of Maxima CAS.
Main goal of project: to make Maxima available in common lisp project.

Download
https://github.com/filonenko-mikhail/embeddable-maxima/tarball/quicklisp

Usage
  emacs
  M+x slime
    (pushnew "/path/to/maxima/" asdf:*central-registry*)
    (ql:quickload :embeddable-maxima)
    (cl-user::run)
      run_testsuite();
      quit();

Tested:
SBCL 1.0.54 x86_64 linux (all tests passed),
SBCL 1.0.53.74.mswinmt.1092-207a13d x86_64 windows 7 (almost all tests passed (2 failed))

Armed Bear Common Lisp 1.1.0-dev-svn-13875
Java 1.6.0_24 Sun Microsystems Inc.
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM
(loadable, many tests failed)

Clozure CL
  Version 1.8-r15286M  (WindowsX8664) virtualbox x86_64 (all tests passed)
  Version 1.8-r15286M  (WindowsX8632) virtualbox x86_64 (almost all tests passed, but three failed)

Documentation
http://filonenko-mikhail.github.com/embeddable-maxima/

Email: filonenko.mikhail at gmail.com

Original Maxima

Maxima is a symbolic computation program.  It is full featured,
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Todd-coxeter, graphing, bigfloats.  It has a
symbolic debugger source level debugger for maxima code.  Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970's.  It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.

Maxima is distributed under the GNU General Public License, with some
export restrictions from the U.S. Department of Energy. See the file
COPYING.

Installation information is available in the file INSTALL. Summary
information about this release can be found in the file NEWS. Detailed
change information is available in the ChangeLog.

For more information on Maxima, see the Maxima web site,
<http://maxima.sourceforge.net>.
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