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Re: Octave Forge: requesting SVN access

From: Juan Pablo Carbajal
Subject: Re: Octave Forge: requesting SVN access
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2014 09:02:49 +0200

On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 8:17 AM, Oliver Heimlich <address@hidden> wrote:
I'd like to add a new package to the repository and hereby ask for SVN
access. My sourceforge user name is oheim.

The package shall implement the upcoming IEEE 1788 standard on interval
arithmetic. I am a member of the P1788 working group and the standard
currently enters the sponsor ballot phase.

My GNU octave package is in an early stage atm, but I could already
submit some functionality to the public repository under GPL.

The following is a screenshot that shows some of the already implemented

octave:1> x = infsup (5, 6)
x = [5, 6]
octave:2> y = infsup ("0.34", "7.1")
y = [.33999999999999996, 7.1000000000000006]
octave:3> x / y
ans = [.7042253521126758, 17.647058823529417]
octave:4> intersection (ans, y)
ans = [.7042253521126758, 7.1000000000000006]
octave:5> intervaltoexact (ans)
ans = [.70422535211267589527750487832236103713512420654296875,


This sounds interesting. However we do not use svn anymore, we now use mercurial repositories. I guess we would like to peek into your code before adding it and we would also like to know whether you commit yourself as a maintainer of this package.

However the last word comes from our benevolent ruler Carnë, so wait for his answer....

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