## [Sbcl-devel] Re: Some hyperbolic functions

 [Sbcl-devel] Re: Some hyperbolic functions From: Nikodemus Siivola - 2006-04-26 07:56:35 ```Yaroslav Kavenchuk writes: > Nobody has noticed or not understood me? Or nobody knows how to > correct mistake? Seeming lack of action has often more to do with the amount of time available, then anything else. Also, as Alistair noted, the issue with hyperbolic functions is not the same as the trouble with %SIN &co was. Cheers, -- Nikodemus Schemer: "Buddha is small, clean, and serious." Lispnik: "Buddha is big, has hairy armpits, and laughs." ```

 [Sbcl-devel] Some hyperbolic functions From: Yaroslav Kavenchuk - 2006-04-25 10:50:17 ```Nobody has noticed or not understood me? Or nobody knows how to correct mistake? SBCL 0.9.11.34, win32: CL-USER> (asinh 1) The function SB-KERNEL:%ASINH is undefined. [Condition of type UNDEFINED-FUNCTION] CL-USER> (acosh 1) The function SB-KERNEL:%ACOSH is undefined. [Condition of type UNDEFINED-FUNCTION] CL-USER> (tanh 1) The function SB-KERNEL:%TANH is undefined. [Condition of type UNDEFINED-FUNCTION] CL-USER> (atanh 0.5) The function SB-KERNEL:%ATANH is undefined. [Condition of type UNDEFINED-FUNCTION] Solution as for a sin does not approach: CL-USER> (in-package :sb-kernel) # SB-KERNEL> (defun %acosh (x) (%acosh x)) ; in: LAMBDA NIL ; (SB-KERNEL:%ACOSH SB-KERNEL::X) ; ; caught WARNING: ; recursion in known function definition ; policy=((SPEED . 1) (SPACE . 1) (SAFETY . 1) (INHIBIT-WARNINGS . 1) ; (DEBUG . 1) (COMPILATION-SPEED . 1)) ; arg types=(DOUBLE-FLOAT) ; ; compilation unit finished ; caught 1 WARNING condition %ACOSH I do not know the solution. Thanks! -- WBR, Yaroslav Kavenchuk. ```
 Re: [Sbcl-devel] Some hyperbolic functions From: Alastair Bridgewater - 2006-04-25 11:13:23 ```Yaroslav Kavenchuk writes: > Nobody has noticed or not understood me? Or nobody knows how to correct > mistake? > > SBCL 0.9.11.34, win32: Look for "win32" in src/code/irrat.lisp. That's where this particular bit of damage is. I took them out because the functions didn't appear to be available to my cross-compiler, and I wanted workingness before correctness. This would also be item 10 on my TODO.Win32 list. > I do not know the solution. > > Thanks! > > -- > WBR, Yaroslav Kavenchuk. --Alastair Bridgewater ```
 Re: [Sbcl-devel] Some hyperbolic functions From: Yaroslav Kavenchuk - 2006-04-25 13:00:40 ```Alastair Bridgewater wrote: >> Nobody has noticed or not understood me? Or nobody knows how to > correct >> mistake? >> >> SBCL 0.9.11.34, win32: > > Look for "win32" in src/code/irrat.lisp. That's where this particular > bit of > damage is. I took them out because the functions didn't appear to be > available to my cross-compiler, and I wanted workingness before > correctness. > This would also be item 10 on my TODO.Win32 list. > Thanks! Almost all functions work, except for two - tanh and asinh :-\ -- WBR, Yaroslav Kavenchuk. ```
 [Sbcl-devel] Re: Some hyperbolic functions From: Nikodemus Siivola - 2006-04-26 07:56:35 ```Yaroslav Kavenchuk writes: > Nobody has noticed or not understood me? Or nobody knows how to > correct mistake? Seeming lack of action has often more to do with the amount of time available, then anything else. Also, as Alistair noted, the issue with hyperbolic functions is not the same as the trouble with %SIN &co was. Cheers, -- Nikodemus Schemer: "Buddha is small, clean, and serious." Lispnik: "Buddha is big, has hairy armpits, and laughs." ```