|Bill Allombert on Sun, 04 Dec 2011 21:14:57 +0100|
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|Re: PARI-GP use of elldata & seadata packages|
On Sun, Dec 04, 2011 at 12:05:29PM -0500, Alan Powell wrote: > Bill > > Apology - it should read (x86) not (x64). > > Windows 7 64-bit uses two âProgram Fileâ folders: > > C:\Program Files\ for 64-bit applications > > C:\Program Files (x86)\ for 32-bit applications > > I just re-checked ellidentify() and the â/â > character is definitely missing between (x86) > and PARI in the diagnostic shown - viz: > [missing âC:/Program Files (x86)PARI/elldata/ell0â.] > > but ell0 clearly exists in folder ...PARI\elldata? What give default(datadir) under GP ? In any case, if this not the right value for you, you can change it by issuing (e.g.) default(datadir,"C:/Program Files (x86)/PARI/data"); > The file Installation Instructions for âelldataâ.mht reads > > âOpen 'data' and move the folder it contains (e.g. elldata)to the > directory where the installer placed architecture independent files. > The default destinations are: > C:\Program Files\PARI (Win32)â Ah yes, this is probably correct for PARI.exe installer, but not for gp.exe. > Your C code refers to a folder âdataâ. Should the elldata files > reside in ...\PARI\data or ...\PARI\elldata ? This depends on which version you use, but as I understand, They should be in PARI\data\elldata\ Cheers, Bill.