Port variant standard
Summary Codemist Std Lisp general-purpose computer system
Package version 20190413
Keywords math, lang
Maintainer nobody
Other variants There are no other variants.
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Last modified 26 NOV 2019, 05:40:10 UTC
Port created 09 MAY 2018, 04:57:47 UTC
Subpackage Descriptions
complete This is the reduce-standard metapackage. It pulls in all subpackages of reduce-standard.
primary REDUCE Codemist Standard Lisp, (CSL) version REDUCE is an interactive system for general algebraic computations of interest to mathematicians, scientists and engineers. CSL is a newer Lisp system that continues to evolve and is now written completely in C++, which makes it very easy to port to a new machine. Like PSL, it is a faithful implementation of Standard Lisp and has been optimized for running REDUCE. It requires a very small memory partition for its Lisp support. Furthermore, most of the REDUCE facilities are supported as machine independent pseudocode, which is quite compact. In the worst case, the performance of this system is about a factor of two slower than PSL, though in many cases it matches PSL performance. However, the memory use is smaller. All CSL versions are distributed with sufficient CSL support to run on the given computing system. This is also an ideal system for those wishing to embed algebraic calculations in a C or C++ programming environment. The developer of CSL before it became Open Source was Codemist Ltd.
docs This is the documents subpackage of the reduce-standard port.
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Build (only) libtool:single:standard
Build and Runtime tiff:primary:standard
Runtime (only) gnuplot:complete:standard
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