[geogebra-cas] Re: GeoGebra CAS update

  • From: Ted Kosan <ted.kosan@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geogebra-cas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 16:05:34 -0500

Here is an update on MathPiper.  Sherm has been busy redesigning the
integration code and I have been completely reorganizing the scripts
to make them easier to debug and extend.  The ability to halt a
long-running calculation has also been added by having MathPiper run
in a separate thread as an option.

Our overall goal at this point is still to fix all of the bugs that
people have located and we continue to make progress towards this


On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 4:07 PM, Markus Hohenwarter <markus@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear CAS friends,
> this weekend I had very good discussions with some Austrian colleagues
> about their ideas and wishes, as well as with Hans-Petter Ulven from
> Norway. He is a talented GeoGebra developer who has done great work on
> the latest regression commands for version 3.2 and also on the new
> plugin system. Hans-Petter has joined our GeoGebraCAS efforts and will
> work with Mike and me to design a nice user interface for the
> GeoGebraCAS. We will continue to play with things during the next
> weeks. My goal is to have a new alpha version out there by the end of
> March that you can play with. Until the summer, I want to have a
> useable pre-release so that interested teachers can start using the
> GeoGebraCAS this fall in their classes.
> I have reorganized the http://ggbdev.pbwiki.com/CAS-Interface page a
> bit and also updated several sub-pages.
> * http://ggbdev.pbwiki.com/CAS+Todo shows what Hans-Petter, Mike and I
> plan to do next.
> * http://ggbdev.pbwiki.com/MathPiper lets us collect ideas and bugs
> concerning our powerful backend MathPiper, and CAS in general.
> * http://ggbdev.pbwiki.com/GeoGebraCAS-Documentation shows the
> currently implemented features of the GeoGebraCAS.
> Thank you for your ideas, help and support. We'll keep you posted!
> Markus
> --
> Markus Hohenwarter, PhD
> Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering, and 
> Mathematics
> Florida State University, www.fcrstem.org
> GeoGebra: www.geogebra.org
> IGI: www.geogebra.org/IGI
> CPALMS: www.cpalms.org

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