From: Gabriel Dos Reis <gdr@cs...> - 2009-03-25 20:02:00
The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
that has been posted to sci.math.symbolic as well.
I'm pleased to announce that OpenAxiom-1.2.1 was released on
January 29, 2009.
OpenAxiom is an open source platform for scientific and engineering
computation, with an emphasis on symbolic, numeric, and algebraic
computation. This is a bug fix release with respect to
previous OpenAxiom releases. This release adds improvements to the
interpreter, the compiler, and the algebra set. More information on
new features can be found at
OpenAxiom-1.2.1 is known to build and run on major Unix systems,
GNU/Linux systems, Windows (MinGW/MSYS), and handheld devices. The
source code of OpenAxiom, and pre-compiled (Windows and Linux)
binaries are available for download from
OpenAxiom is a free software released under a BSD-type license.
For more information about OpenAxiom, please visit us at
Feel free to use our Bug Tracker
to report issues related to uses, build, or installation of OpenAxiom,
or requests for improvements. Drop us a note at
I'm grateful to the people who helped improve this release and make
it possible. In particular, Alfredo Portes helped with testing on
Windows platform and provided Windows binaries. Aleksej Saushev
has been instrumental with testing and fixing the build
infrastructure on FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD.
Dr. Gabriel Dos Reis (gdr@...), Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science & Engineering; TAMU
301, Bright Building -- College Station, TX 77843-3112
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