Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of Ticket #28159, comment 21
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Ticket #28159, comment 21
v10 v11 3 3 I think, one should do the following: Implement arbitrary tensor product sections on one particular vector bundle and apply and adapt the construction as it is done for tensor fields, and then derive tensor fields from this more general construction. Or even better: Implement tensor product sections of mixed vector bundles over the same base space (e.g. `\Gamma(E \otimes E^* \otimes \Lambda^k F)`). 4 4 5 Unfortunately, I'm running out of time. Moreover, for this endeavour, you need to understand the whole code around tensor fields quite perfectly. I would implement just simple sections for now and apply the compromise we agreed above. Maybe I can try this generalization after my thesis or one of you is willing to take the effort.5 Unfortunately, I'm running out of time. Moreover, for this endeavour, you need to understand the whole code around tensor fields quite perfectly. I would implement just simple sections for now and apply the compromise we agreed on above. Maybe I can try this generalization after my thesis or one of you is willing to take the effort. 6 6 7 7 However, simple sections seem enough for the beginning because it is possible to construct aforementioned sections by constructing the corresponding bundles and then defining simple sections on them. Still, imao, the way above is the most flexible and overall convenient.