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Re: [Axiom-developer] NAG libraries

From: Gernot Hueber
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] NAG libraries
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 10:53:45 +0200

Dear Martin,
I agree with you, but from a somewhat different point of view.
There are several highly interesting and important libraries in addition to NAGlib (e.g. atlas, lapack, gnu scientific library, ...) which are very nice to have being accessible from within Axiom. Some of these are Fortran, others C, or C++. Anyway, the naglink provides many routines providing utilities and showing how to call external library functions. IMHO this interface packages should be extended to a more general solution of accessing _any_ external math libraries. Regarding the NAGlib link, I expect this interface could attract more users - e.g. NAGlib users to use Axiom as interface option and thus help to gain publicity. Best regards, Gernot

Martin Rubey writes:
Stephen Wilson <address@hidden> writes:
Though not dead strictly speaking, Im looking at removing the nag fortran
library support, which appears quite straight forward to do.

PLEASE do the opposite!  My faculty has the libraries, and I would love to be
able to use them, just, I do not know how. is nagman available?
It does not make sense to drop support for such a great product, even if
commercial and available only to few. Thus, if anybody knows, PLEASE show me how to activate the NAG link! Martin
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