[Maxima] julia language
toy.raymond at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 16:41:33 CDT 2012
On 4/28/12 2:04 PM, Manuel Pedrinero rossetil wrote:
> To clarify:
> femlisp is just a very small part of the julia language (just a way of
> manipulating the
> Julia is not femlisp, and femlisp seems to be just a hobby project.
And Julia is not a hobby project? (I didn't look.) I think maxima is a
hobby project, at least for me anyway.
> But julia seems to be promising to emulate matlab and R.
> Having a way to interact between lisp and julia could be used by
> maxima in order to
> improve its numeric capabilities.
>From which I infer you are saying maxima is missing some numeric
capabilities. What capabilities are missing?
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