Changes between Version 128 and Version 155 of Ticket #10187


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Timestamp:
12/03/10 00:34:34 (9 years ago)
Author:
drkirkby
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I'm just changing the ticket title, to be more explicit.

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  • Ticket #10187

    • Property Status changed from needs_review to positive_review
    • Property Owner changed from tbd to drkirkby
    • Property Summary changed from Update ecl and maxima to Update ECL to 10.4.1 and Maxima to 5.22.1 - currently the latest releases.
  • Ticket #10187 – Description

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    1 Please update ecl and maxima to the newest upstream release. Sage packages are here:
     1Please update ECL and Maxima to the newest upstream release. Sage packages are here:
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    33It's unsafe to build either ECL or Maxima in parallel, so we must not do this. Updated versions of ECL and Maxima can be found here:
     
    1010Note that you cannot upgrade one without the other; Both ECL and Maxima need to be upgraded simultaneously or build will fail.
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    12 Relevant tickets for ecl:
     12Relevant tickets for ECL:
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    1414  * #9493: Remove extra baggage from ECL 10.2.1.p1 (again). The package has been cleaned up, but I feel removing gmp sources is too dangerous.
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    16   * #10185: the old ecl-10.2.1 does not build on Fedora 14: Hopefully fixed with the updated ecl from this ticket.
     16  * #10185: the old ecl-10.2.1 does not build on Fedora 14: Hopefully fixed with the updated ECL from this ticket.
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    1818Relevant tickets for maxima:
     
    2020  * #8645: ECL library "maxima.fasb" is built at new location. The patches from this bug have been incorporated into the maxima spkg, and #8645 can be closed after this ticket.
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    22   * #8731: update/upgrade maxima to latest upstream (5.21.1): Latest upstream is nowadays 5.22.1.
     22  * #8731: update/upgrade Maxima to latest upstream (5.21.1): Latest upstream is nowadays 5.22.1.
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    24   * #8582: `sum(1/(1+k^2), k, -oo, oo)` returns 0: The new maxima seems to be able to evaluate this correctly, at leasts it returns some expression with digamma functions.
     24  * #8582: `sum(1/(1+k^2), k, -oo, oo)` returns 0: The new Maxima seems to be able to evaluate this correctly, at leasts it returns some expression with digamma functions.
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    26 The updated maxima code seems to be more careful about signs which leads to doctest errors. Moreover, error reporting was changed. Therefore you need to apply the following patches to the Sage library (in this order):
     26The updated Maxima code seems to be more careful about signs which leads to doctest errors. Moreover, error reporting was changed. Therefore you need to apply the following patches to the Sage library (in this order):
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    2828 * `trac_10187_fix_easy_doctests.patch`