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SymPy Mechanics for Autolev Users guide #15077

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NikhilPappu commented Aug 11, 2018

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    • Added a guide pydy_for_autolev_users.rst in the mechanics part of the documentation.
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Sorry about the small commit names. I have just merged stuff from other branches or tried to make changes so the Travis tests pass.

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NikhilPappu commented Aug 13, 2018

Sorry about the small commit names. I have just merged stuff from other branches or tried to make changes so the Travis tests pass.

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If this document is about PyDy specifically shouldn't it go in the PyDy documentation rather than the SymPy documentation?

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asmeurer commented Aug 16, 2018

If this document is about PyDy specifically shouldn't it go in the PyDy documentation rather than the SymPy documentation?

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@asmeurer I think we can just rename it something like "SymPy Mechanics for Autolev Users". It belongs here for now. The vast majority of the code it is referencing is in SymPy.

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moorepants commented Aug 18, 2018

@asmeurer I think we can just rename it something like "SymPy Mechanics for Autolev Users". It belongs here for now. The vast majority of the code it is referencing is in SymPy.

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This looks graat. Please address the comments on changing the language to reflect "SymPy Mechanics" instead of PyDy for everything above the numerical code section and this can be merged.

@NikhilPappu NikhilPappu changed the title from PyDy for Autolev Users guide to SymPy Mechanics for Autolev Users guide Aug 19, 2018

@moorepants moorepants merged commit e10d7d2 into sympy:master Aug 21, 2018

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