Announcing Maxima 5.10.0. Please forward this message as you see fit.
Maxima is a GPL'd branch of Macsyma, the venerable symbolic computation system. Maxima 5.10.0 is a bug fix and feature enhancement release.
Maxima has functions to work with polynomials, matrices, finite sets, integrals, derivatives and differential equations, linear algebra, plotting, arbitrary-precision arithmetic, etc.
Maxima can run on MS Windows and various flavors of Unix, including MacOS X. There is a precompiled executable installer for Windows, source and binary RPM's for Linux, and tar.gz containing
the source distribution.
Maxima is implemented in Common Lisp; several Lisps can compile and run Maxima, including CMUCL, SBCL, Clisp, and GCL.
The Maxima project welcomes new participants. You can contribute in several ways: reporting bugs, fixing bugs, writing new add-on packages, revising core functions, user interfaces, documentation, .... Why not see what's happening on the mailing list and consider how you might contribute to the project.
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Short change log:
* Expand and revise Maxima reference manual (all languages)
* Maxima Windows installer bundles wxMaxima user interface
* Fast integer factorization (function ifactors and friends)
* Improvements to plotting functions
* Improvements to Xmaxima user interface
* Several bug fixes to definite integral functions
* Several new add-on packages
* Many minor improvements
* Many bug fixes