# HG changeset patch
# User Minh Van Nguyen
# Date 1267149997 28800
# Node ID 20e5f701d1f61e55e8f323a4fc63e701e2b11f36
# Parent a027ecf66a9e5584c1d2e10e3925009663cd3235
#8328/tutorial: remove mention of clisp and openmath
diff -r a027ecf66a9e -r 20e5f701d1f6 doc/en/tutorial/interfaces.rst
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Maxima
======
-Maxima is included with Sage, as is clisp (a version of the Lisp
-language). An open source Tk/Tcl-based plotting program used by
-Maxima, ``openmath``, is also distributed with Sage. However, the gnuplot
-package (which Maxima uses by default for plotting) is distributed
-as a Sage optional package. Among other things, Maxima does symbolic
-manipulation. Maxima can integrate and differentiate functions
-symbolically, solve 1st order ODEs, most linear 2nd order ODEs, and
-has implemented the Laplace transform method for linear ODEs of any
-degree. Maxima also knows about a wide range of special functions,
-has plotting capabilities via gnuplot, and has methods to solve and
-manipulate matrices (such as row reduction, eigenvalues and
+Maxima is included with Sage, as well as a Lisp implementation. The
+gnuplot package (which Maxima uses by default for plotting) is
+distributed as a Sage optional package. Among other things, Maxima
+does symbolic manipulation. Maxima can integrate and differentiate
+functions symbolically, solve 1st order ODEs, most linear 2nd order
+ODEs, and has implemented the Laplace transform method for linear ODEs
+of any degree. Maxima also knows about a wide range of special
+functions, has plotting capabilities via gnuplot, and has methods to
+solve and manipulate matrices (such as row reduction, eigenvalues and
eigenvectors), and polynomial equations.
We illustrate the Sage/Maxima interface by constructing the matrix