[Maxima] Imaxima and imath 1.0beta released
ugurguney at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 08:17:55 CDT 2008
# I tried to install lmaxima but can not succeed it by myself.
# I am getting this error when I run meadow with --debug-init option
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
(defvar *imaxima-imath-dir* (file-name-directory (car ...)) "Imaxima
imath directory, containing .el, .lisp, and .info files")
eval-buffer(#<buffer *load*<2>> nil "c:/Program
Files/imaxima-imath/setup-imaxima-imath" nil t)
Files/imaxima-imath/setup-imaxima-imath" nil nil)
eval-buffer(#<buffer *load*> nil "~/.emacs" nil t)
load-with-code-conversion("c:/Program Files/Meadow/.emacs" "~/.emacs" t t)
load("~/.emacs" t t)
# I'm using Windows Vista.
# I wonder much to use lmaxima and appreciate any help. Have a nice day!
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 7:25 PM, Yasuaki Honda <yhonda at mac.com> wrote:
> Dear Maxima / Imaxima users,
> I am more than happy to announce that I have released
> version 1.0 beta of imaxima and imath package. Please
> visit below for the download of the latest release.
> Why is this beta? Because this version introduced new
> features which might be premature in its implementation.
> I welcome any input regarding these features for further
> There are three new features in this release:
> 1.imaxima supports inline graph.
> 2.imath supports inline graph.
> 3.imath supports inline graphics file in EPS format.
> 4.imaxima and imath is tested on Windows Vista and Ubuntu Linux
> Example uses of these features and instructions on how to use them are
> added in "Tutorial of Imaxima (inline graph)" section of the imaxima web
> I have merged Bohumir's patch for the support of EPS files in imath
> mode. The way he implemented it inspired me to implement the inline
> graph support in both imaxima and imath mode. Thanks, Bohumir!!
> I also would like to thank Andrej Vodopivec for his allowing me to use
> part of wxMaxima code. I have copied the interface and implementation
> of inline plotting commands defined in wxmathml.lisp in wxMaxima.
> Yasuaki Honda / Chiba, Japan
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> Maxima at math.utexas.edu
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