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RE: [Axiom-developer] Developing domain
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Bill Page |
Subject: |
RE: [Axiom-developer] Developing domain |
Date: |
Wed, 29 Mar 2006 07:58:44 -0500 |
On March 29, 2006 3:46 AM Antoine Hersen wrote:
>
> Is there a nice iterative process to develop domain, I am
> getting tired of quiting axiom deleting the directories and
> restarting axiom.
???
I use just:
while unhappy repeat
)sys vi file.spad
... code ...
)co file.spad
... test ...
Or increasingly these days I just use the Axiom Wiki SandBox.
[SandBox My Test]
Some explanations etc.
\begin{spad}
... code ...
\end{spad}
\begin{axiom}
... test ...
end{axiom}
Preview/Save
Or are you one of those people that has an Axiom installation
that does not properly cleanup the NRLIB directories? This does
not happen on any of my Axiom systems (3 different flavours of
Linux plus Windows). If so, any more documentation you can
provide about this would be appreciated.
>
> And is there a way to get axiom to execute some script as
> an argument ?
>
> "axiom < some_files" does not work for me.
>
Try
AXIOMsys < some_file
'AXIOMsys' is the name of the main Axiom executable. 'axiom'
is a script that runs all kinds of other stuff like sman,
hyperdoc and graphics processes.
> Also do someone know the intedent of the operator package
> op.spad ? I have a lot of difficulty understanding Manuel
> Bronstein works.
>
Check out section 9.58 of the Axiom book:
9.58 Operator
Given any ring R, the ring of the Integer-linear operators
over R is called Operator(R). To create an operator over R,
first create a basic operator using the operation operator,
and then convert it to Operator(R) for the R you want.
...
Regards,
Bill Page