## [Maxima-commits] [git] Maxima CAS branch, master, updated. branch-5_30-base-184-gcae7536

 [Maxima-commits] [git] Maxima CAS branch, master, updated. branch-5_30-base-184-gcae7536 From: Jorge Barros de Abreu - 2013-08-15 23:34:35 ```This is an automated email from the git hooks/post-receive script. It was generated because a ref change was pushed to the repository containing the project "Maxima CAS". The branch, master has been updated via cae7536fc32a7adcc8b1afdb20484405395814bb (commit) from 38904f2752d76914a088ca6ba52391a2b090c5ed (commit) Those revisions listed above that are new to this repository have not appeared on any other notification email; so we list those revisions in full, below. - Log ----------------------------------------------------------------- commit cae7536fc32a7adcc8b1afdb20484405395814bb Author: Jorge Barros de Abreu Date: Thu Aug 15 20:34:25 2013 -0300 Adjusting orphans only - (). Changing "rat" to "factor" diff --git a/doc/info/Polynomials.texi b/doc/info/Polynomials.texi index 4c376be..5fe6a69 100644 --- a/doc/info/Polynomials.texi +++ b/doc/info/Polynomials.texi @@ -1794,7 +1794,7 @@ During rational operations the expression is maintained as fully factored as possible without calling @code{factor}. This should always save space and may save time in some computations. The numerator and denominator are made relatively prime, for example -@...{rat ((x^2 - 1)^4/(x + 1)^2)} yields @code{(x - 1)^4 (x + 1)^2)}, +@code{factor ((x^2 - 1)^4/(x + 1)^2)} yields @code{(x - 1)^4 (x + 1)^2}, but the factors within each part may not be relatively prime. In the @code{ctensr} (Component Tensor Manipulation) package, diff --git a/doc/info/nset.texi b/doc/info/nset.texi index c54af0b..2dfc36a 100644 --- a/doc/info/nset.texi +++ b/doc/info/nset.texi @@ -2447,7 +2447,7 @@ carrying the final element unchanged if there are an odd number of elements. Then repeat until the list is reduced to a single element, which is the return value. When the optional argument @var{s_0} is present, -the result is equivalent @code{tree_reduce(@var{F}, cons(@var{s_0}, @var{s})}. +the result is equivalent @code{tree_reduce(@var{F}, cons(@var{s_0}, @var{s}))}. For addition of floating point numbers, @code{tree_reduce} may return a sum that has a smaller rounding error ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Summary of changes: doc/info/Polynomials.texi | 2 +- doc/info/nset.texi | 2 +- 2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) hooks/post-receive -- Maxima CAS ```

 [Maxima-commits] [git] Maxima CAS branch, master, updated. branch-5_30-base-184-gcae7536 From: Jorge Barros de Abreu - 2013-08-15 23:34:35 ```This is an automated email from the git hooks/post-receive script. It was generated because a ref change was pushed to the repository containing the project "Maxima CAS". The branch, master has been updated via cae7536fc32a7adcc8b1afdb20484405395814bb (commit) from 38904f2752d76914a088ca6ba52391a2b090c5ed (commit) Those revisions listed above that are new to this repository have not appeared on any other notification email; so we list those revisions in full, below. - Log ----------------------------------------------------------------- commit cae7536fc32a7adcc8b1afdb20484405395814bb Author: Jorge Barros de Abreu Date: Thu Aug 15 20:34:25 2013 -0300 Adjusting orphans only - (). Changing "rat" to "factor" diff --git a/doc/info/Polynomials.texi b/doc/info/Polynomials.texi index 4c376be..5fe6a69 100644 --- a/doc/info/Polynomials.texi +++ b/doc/info/Polynomials.texi @@ -1794,7 +1794,7 @@ During rational operations the expression is maintained as fully factored as possible without calling @code{factor}. This should always save space and may save time in some computations. The numerator and denominator are made relatively prime, for example -@...{rat ((x^2 - 1)^4/(x + 1)^2)} yields @code{(x - 1)^4 (x + 1)^2)}, +@code{factor ((x^2 - 1)^4/(x + 1)^2)} yields @code{(x - 1)^4 (x + 1)^2}, but the factors within each part may not be relatively prime. In the @code{ctensr} (Component Tensor Manipulation) package, diff --git a/doc/info/nset.texi b/doc/info/nset.texi index c54af0b..2dfc36a 100644 --- a/doc/info/nset.texi +++ b/doc/info/nset.texi @@ -2447,7 +2447,7 @@ carrying the final element unchanged if there are an odd number of elements. Then repeat until the list is reduced to a single element, which is the return value. When the optional argument @var{s_0} is present, -the result is equivalent @code{tree_reduce(@var{F}, cons(@var{s_0}, @var{s})}. +the result is equivalent @code{tree_reduce(@var{F}, cons(@var{s_0}, @var{s}))}. For addition of floating point numbers, @code{tree_reduce} may return a sum that has a smaller rounding error ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Summary of changes: doc/info/Polynomials.texi | 2 +- doc/info/nset.texi | 2 +- 2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) hooks/post-receive -- Maxima CAS ```