Commit 7f2a48ac authored by Liam M. Healy's avatar Liam M. Healy
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Instructions to use quicklisp and how to send patches

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provides a convenient way to iterate over elements or indices of
vectors or matrices.
<p>GSLL has been tested with
<a href="">SBCL</a>
<a href="">CCL</a>
on Debian amd64, and
<a href="">SBCL</a>
<a href="">CLISP</a> on Debian i386. There
are some known failures; see <a href="status.text">status.text</a>.
<p>Most users will not need to worry about their implementation and
operating system, as all these are supported if the needed libraries
are installed (see below). The use of CLISP, however, is not
<h2>Download and Install</h2>
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<li><code>darcs get</code></li>
<li><code>darcs get</code></li>
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<li><code>wget -O - | tar zxv </code></li
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<li><code>git clone git://</code></li>
<p>The <a href=""> repository web page</a>
can be used to browse or retrieve a compressed tarball (click the most
recent "snapshot" link). You will need to make a link of all
the <code>.asd</code> files in the downloaded repositories to some
directory known to ASDF. Then make sure that
the C packages <code>libgsl0-dev</code> and <code>libffi-dev</code>
(if using FSBV) are installed.
Then in Lisp, load the system:
<li><code>(asdf:operate 'asdf:load-op :gsll)</code></li>
<p>Use <a href="">quicklisp</a> and follow the
instructions. You will need to make sure that the libraries and
header files associated with <a href="">GNU Scientific Library
(GSL)</a> and <a href="">libffi</a> are
installed; your distribution may name these <code>libgsl0-dev</code>
and <code>libffi-dev</code>. Once they are installed and you have
loaded the quicklisp file:
(ql:quickload "gsll-tests")</pre>
<p>To test your installation:
(in-package :gsl)
<p>The result should look something like:
ABSOLUTE-DEVIATION: 1 assertions passed, 0 failed.
ABSOLUTE-SUM: 4 assertions passed, 0 failed.
AIRY: 73 assertions passed, 0 failed.</pre>
<p>... (many lines deleted) ...
VECTOR-VARIANCE-WITH-MEAN: 10 assertions passed, 0 failed.
WEIBULL: 60 assertions passed, 0 failed.
ZETA: 6 assertions passed, 0 failed.
TOTAL: 4019 assertions passed, 1 failed, 0 execution errors.</pre>
<p>You may see more failures.
This software is distributed under
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list</a> for all aspects of this project, including bug reports. In
addition, I am frequently on #lisp IRC channel as LiamH.
<p>For bug reports, please use the mailing list. If you have
patch(es) and use git, please commit your changes and do:
<pre>git format-patch origin</pre>
<p>This will produce one or more files whose names start with a
four-digit number; please attach them all to your email.
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