- Subject: Re: Progress toward SAGE
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- Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 12:47:19 +1100
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On 02/22/2012 08:22 AM, Jerry James wrote:
I recently updated this page:
which documents progress toward supporting Sage in Fedora.
Unsurprisingly for Fedora, that table shows that we are sticking
pretty close to upstream in most cases, although there are a handful
where we are lagging behind. We're really not that far away from
being able to support all of the standard packages. I'm currently
working on getting us a polymake that we can redistribute, and
preparing GAP packages. After that, it'll be on to Singular. If
anybody wants to help out, give me a shout.
Thanks Jerry for the update. I am looking forward to include Sage in the
Scientific Spin when its ready!
Thanks for all your efforts.
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