|Alberto Simões/EPL on Fri, 11 Apr 2003 08:53:45 +0100|
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Hello We are developing a tool for Gnome which aims to be (well, to dream is free) a Mathematica clone. Of course we know how to program Gtk/Gnome, write parsers, evaluate formulae... but we dont have any knowledge of algebric/symbolic computation. So, we were looking for a library which could do this for us. I downloaded Pari/GP, and it seems a brilliant application... but as I read (well, looked to it) the documentation, it seems not so easy like that to use Pari library. Can anybody point if it can be feasible, or should we adopt GP and only do a GUI frontend? (well... I would like to maintain my own language and parser...) I would like to hear from you, best regards, Alberto Simões -- Departamento de Informatica - Universidade do Minho "The C Programming Language -- A language which combines the flexibility of assembly language with the power of assembly language."