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jsclmeditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. Version 3.1 is out, in this release: * Packages for the following projects are added: MathPiper  active fork of Yacas Jasymca  Symbolic Calculator for Java SymPy  Python library for symbolic mathematics * Most engines are enabled for java web start and available online from the project web page * There is a new plotting facility which is used in Hartmath, MathEclipse and Jasymca (more engines to come). It is based on SVG and Batik and works as follows : as a "plot" expression is evaluated, it is converted in SVG and pasted in the editor. The latter renders automatically any expression enclosed in svg tags, as it already did for MathML. Exports to PDF and XHTML are supported, in vector graphics * XML libraries are upgraded to their uptodate versions, namely: jeuclid3.1.4 fop0.95 batik1.7 * Version 1.0 of ScAS is made available * Some other engine upgrades are made: sympy0.6.4_beta2 hartmath08pre2 matheclipse0.0.7 * Some transverse library interactions are considered : through its Jython interface, the ScAS library can be used from the JAS engine. The newly included JLinAlg library can be used from any engine with import ability (i.e. Jython, BeanShell or Scala based ones, namely : JAS, SymPy, JSCL, ScAS) * All engine packages are grouped together with the editor * The mathematical editor is turned into a general purpose script editor : the chooser file filter is set to "accept all" (script extensions, instead of just "txt") and the "math>evaluate" menu item is changed into "script>run/evaluate". When no selection is made, the whole script is run. * The document root of the treepad can be changed Download the new release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/jsclmeditor/meditor3.1.zip 
From: Raphael Jolly <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20090118 15:30:10

jsclmeditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. From version 3.0 onward, it is possible to substitute several scriptbased engines to the standard one (JSCL). Today a new engine is available based on the wellknown Pythonbased CAS SymPy, via Jython. Download it from: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/jsclmeditor/meditor3.0sympy.zip 
From: Raphael Jolly <raphael.jolly@gm...>  20080521 18:08:47

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From: Raphael Jolly <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20040627 08:56:52

On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 17:28:39 Dimitri Pissarenko wrote: > Hello! > > First of all, thanks for writing meditor. It's a great tool! > > I'm using meditor primarily on my Palm. I use it to solve some > exercises. > > Sometimes, I want to show those solutions to someone else. Using > desktop version of meditor, I transform mathematical experssions I > wrote on > Palm into MathML, then put the whole stuff into an xhtml file, and > then > I can view the formulae in a MathML capable browser (Amaya or Mozilla > or > Mozilla Firefox). > > All that works fine. > > However, I need to perform several steps manually: > > 1) Invoke "To MathML" operation on EVERY mathematical expression in > the text > > 2) Replace line feeds by "<br/>" > > 3) Put the result of 1) and 2) into an xhtml template file with all > MathML > specific settings > > 4) Surround each MathML block with <math > xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">; > and </math> > > As you see, all of these steps can be automated. > > I would like to know following: > > a) Has someone already written some piece of software, which > transforms > a meditor file to XHTML without user intervention? > > b) What is the best way to mark the expressions, which have to be > converted > to MathML? Begin and end markers like §§{{a, b}, {c, d}}§§ where all > the > text between §§'s is transformed into MathML? > > TIA > > dap Hello Dimitri, I don't think anybody has already written a meditor to XHTML converter. The point is that there is no such thing as a meditor format. The format is .txt files. As you point out, one would need delimiters for math expressions. As now, I was engaging in a "directtoweb" way, as you can see with meditorworld : copy/paste the MathML code in a wiki textarea with <math> tags, and done. However there's still as many actions as math expressions, so this is still slow. Moreover the resulting text is big. I was thinking of TeX as a replacement, work is in progress at the mediawiki staff regarding MathML rendering of TeX expressions. But I think your idea is good. I would have to add an "export>MathML" menu item to perform the automatic conversion. What about brackets [] as math expression delimiters ? Raphael 
From: Dimitri Pissarenko <dimitri.pissarenko@gm...>  20040625 15:28:52

Hello! =46irst of all, thanks for writing meditor. It's a great tool! I'm using meditor primarily on my Palm. I use it to solve some exercises. Sometimes, I want to show those solutions to someone else. Using=20 desktop version of meditor, I transform mathematical experssions I wrote on Palm into MathML, then put the whole stuff into an xhtml file, and then I can view the formulae in a MathML capable browser (Amaya or Mozilla or Mozilla Firefox). All that works fine. However, I need to perform several steps manually: 1) Invoke "To MathML" operation on EVERY mathematical expression in the text 2) Replace line feeds by "<br/>" 3) Put the result of 1) and 2) into an xhtml template file with all MathML specific settings 4) Surround each MathML block with <math xmlns=3D"http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">; and </math> As you see, all of these steps can be automated. I would like to know following: a) Has someone already written some piece of software, which transforms a meditor file to XHTML without user intervention? b) What is the best way to mark the expressions, which have to be converted to MathML? Begin and end markers like =A7=A7{{a, b}, {c, d}}=A7=A7 where = all the=20 text between =A7=A7's is transformed into MathML? TIA dap 
From: Raphael Jolly <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20040607 14:23:13

Ryan, This is available in version 1.0_03. Raphael On Mon, 17 May 2004 04:23:05 Ryan Eberly wrote: > Raphael, > Yes, that's what I need. > > Thanks, > Ryan. > > > Original Message > > From: jsclmeditorusersadmin@... [mailto:jsclmeditor > > usersadmin@...] On Behalf Of raphael.jolly@... > > Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 9:50 AM > > To: jsclmeditorusers@... > > Cc: Ryan Eberly > > Subject: Re: [Jsclmeditorusers] Equations vs Expressions. > > > > Quoting Ryan Eberly <ryane@...>: > > > > > Hi I am new to the mailing list. > > > > > > > > > > > > I've noticed that jsclmeditor handles expressions, but equations cause > > a > > > parsing exception. Are there any plans to support equations? > > > > > > > > > > > > Obviously the equation, > > > > > > X = 3 > > > > > > Can be rewritten as the expression > > > > > > X  3 > > > > > > > > > > > > However, I would like to be able to get the equation as mathML, then > > > simplify it. > > > > > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > > > Ryan. > > > > Hi Ryan, > > > > Yes I could possibly add an Equation token in the grammar and have the > > ToMathML > > command expect an EquationOrExpression. Is that what you need ? > > > > Raphael 
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From: Ryan Eberly <ryane@pr...>  20040517 02:23:15

Raphael, Yes, that's what I need. Thanks, Ryan. > Original Message > From: jsclmeditorusersadmin@... [mailto:jsclmeditor > usersadmin@...] On Behalf Of raphael.jolly@... > Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 9:50 AM > To: jsclmeditorusers@... > Cc: Ryan Eberly > Subject: Re: [Jsclmeditorusers] Equations vs Expressions. > > Quoting Ryan Eberly <ryane@...>: > > > Hi I am new to the mailing list. > > > > > > > > I've noticed that jsclmeditor handles expressions, but equations cause > a > > parsing exception. Are there any plans to support equations? > > > > > > > > Obviously the equation, > > > > X = 3 > > > > Can be rewritten as the expression > > > > X  3 > > > > > > > > However, I would like to be able to get the equation as mathML, then > > simplify it. > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > Ryan. > > Hi Ryan, > > Yes I could possibly add an Equation token in the grammar and have the > ToMathML > command expect an EquationOrExpression. Is that what you need ? > > Raphael > > >  > This SF.Net email is sponsored by: SourceForge.net Broadband > Signup now for SourceForge Broadband and get the fastest > 6.0/768 connection for only $19.95/mo for the first 3 months! > http://ads.osdn.com/?ad_id%62&alloc_ida84&op=ick > _______________________________________________ > Jsclmeditorusers mailing list > Jsclmeditorusers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jsclmeditorusers 
From: <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20040514 13:49:36

Quoting Ryan Eberly <ryane@...>: > Hi I am new to the mailing list. >=20 > =20 >=20 > I've noticed that jsclmeditor handles expressions, but equations cause= a > parsing exception. Are there any plans to support equations? >=20 > =20 >=20 > Obviously the equation,=20 >=20 > X =3D 3 >=20 > Can be rewritten as the expression >=20 > X  3 >=20 > =20 >=20 > However, I would like to be able to get the equation as mathML, then > simplify it. >=20 > =20 >=20 > Thanks,=20 >=20 > Ryan. Hi Ryan, Yes I could possibly add an Equation token in the grammar and have the To= MathML command expect an EquationOrExpression. Is that what you need ? Raphael 
From: Ryan Eberly <ryane@pr...>  20040514 13:27:05

Hi I am new to the mailing list. I've noticed that jsclmeditor handles expressions, but equations cause a parsing exception. Are there any plans to support equations? Obviously the equation, X = 3 Can be rewritten as the expression X  3 However, I would like to be able to get the equation as mathML, then simplify it. Thanks, Ryan. 
From: Mike Thomas <mthomas@gi...>  20040302 10:58:58

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From: Schneider, David A [ITS] <david.schneider@ma...>  20040210 19:30:24

Oh...sorry...I'm trying to merely solve...like doing division on a calculator And hitting [return] to get the answer...I guess I'm confused on what would be the literal keystrokes in meditor to do this with polynomials on the Palm version. Thanks again. David=20 Original Message From: jsclmeditorusersadmin@... [mailto:jsclmeditorusersadmin@...] On Behalf Of Raphael Jolly Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 1:21 PM To: jsclmeditorusers@... Subject: Re: [Jsclmeditorusers] Meditor Newbie On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 18:31:49 Schneider, David A [ITS] wrote: > Hi there, >=20 > I've just installed the Palm and Desktop versions of meditor1.0rc4 And > I'm trying to test a simple polynomial division problem in both... > But I can't figure out how to get it to solve... > When I type "solve((1+a+a^2+a^4)/(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6), a, 0)=3D" > And highlight it and choose "simplify" it merely returns what I typed. > I'm sure I'm simply missing something simple here... > I really want to use this to double check some extended Euclidean algos. > Please help. > Thanks. >=20 >=20 > David Schneider Hi David, Not sure what you want to do. "solve" is meant to solve polynomial eqs.=20 For instance: solve(1+a+a^2+a^4, a) (expand) > root[0](1, 1, 1, 0, 1) "simplify" will reduce the fraction. Here (1+a+a^2+a^4)/(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6) (simplify) returns the same because it is already reduced. For polynomial euclidian divisions, there are "div" and "mod" (expand): div(1+a+a^2+a^4,1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6)=3D0 mod(1+a+a^2+a^4,1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6)=3D1+a+a^2+a^4 div(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6,1+a+a^2+a^4)=3Da+a^2 mod(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6,1+a+a^2+a^4)=3D1a^2a^3 Does it help ? Raphael  The SF.Net email is sponsored by EclipseCon 2004 Premiere Conference on Open Tools Development and Integration See the breadth of Eclipse activity. February 35 in Anaheim, CA. http://www.eclipsecon.org/osdn _______________________________________________ Jsclmeditorusers mailing list Jsclmeditorusers@... https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jsclmeditorusers 
From: Raphael Jolly <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20040210 19:19:05

On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 18:31:49 Schneider, David A [ITS] wrote: > Hi there, > > I've just installed the Palm and Desktop versions of meditor1.0rc4 > And I'm trying to test a simple polynomial division problem in both... > But I can't figure out how to get it to solve... > When I type "solve((1+a+a^2+a^4)/(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6), a, 0)=" > And highlight it and choose "simplify" it merely returns what I typed. > I'm sure I'm simply missing something simple here... > I really want to use this to double check some extended Euclidean algos. > Please help. > Thanks. > > > David Schneider Hi David, Not sure what you want to do. "solve" is meant to solve polynomial eqs. For instance: solve(1+a+a^2+a^4, a) (expand) > root[0](1, 1, 1, 0, 1) "simplify" will reduce the fraction. Here (1+a+a^2+a^4)/(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6) (simplify) returns the same because it is already reduced. For polynomial euclidian divisions, there are "div" and "mod" (expand): div(1+a+a^2+a^4,1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6)=0 mod(1+a+a^2+a^4,1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6)=1+a+a^2+a^4 div(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6,1+a+a^2+a^4)=a+a^2 mod(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6,1+a+a^2+a^4)=1a^2a^3 Does it help ? Raphael 
From: Schneider, David A [ITS] <david.schneider@ma...>  20040210 17:32:00

Hi there, I've just installed the Palm and Desktop versions of meditor1.0rc4 And I'm trying to test a simple polynomial division problem in both... But I can't figure out how to get it to solve... When I type "solve((1+a+a^2+a^4)/(1+a+a^2+a^3+a^4+a^5+a^6), a, 0)=3D" And highlight it and choose "simplify" it merely returns what I typed. I'm sure I'm simply missing something simple here... I really want to use this to double check some extended Euclidean algos. Please help. Thanks. David Schneider 
From: <raphael.jolly@fr...>  20040209 10:08:19

Mike, You're not doing anything wrong, simply the limit operation isn't impleme= nted=20 (yet...). I need to find a good paper describing a suitable algorithm ; l= ike=20 the Bronstein Tutorial, but for limits. I don't even know whether such pa= per=20 exists. Raphael Selon Mike Thomas <mthomas@...>: > Hi there. >=20 > I'm having trouble with the limit function: >=20 > lim(x*x,x,0)=3Dlim(x^2, x, 0) >=20 > What am I doing wrong? >=20 > Cheers >=20 > Mike Thomas >=20 >=20 >=20 >  > The SF.Net email is sponsored by EclipseCon 2004 > Premiere Conference on Open Tools Development and Integration > See the breadth of Eclipse activity. February 35 in Anaheim, CA. > http://www.eclipsecon.org/osdn > _______________________________________________ > Jsclmeditorusers mailing list > Jsclmeditorusers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jsclmeditorusers >=20 
From: Mike Thomas <mthomas@gi...>  20040207 23:51:35

Hi there. I'm having trouble with the limit function: lim(x*x,x,0)=lim(x^2, x, 0) What am I doing wrong? Cheers Mike Thomas 