On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 10:23 AM, Chris Rackauckas <rackd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there documentation? I don't see a link in the README.
Right now you have to look into the source code and tests to see what it can do:
It's a thin wrapper on top of the C++ library:
which also doesn't have great documentation, but that's where we
should document things first. The wrappers are then thin wrappers on
top, and we should document those too of course. I created an issue
> On Monday, September 5, 2016 at 2:49:54 AM UTC-7, Isuru Fernando wrote:
>> We are happy to announce the first release of SymEngine.jl. GitHub repo is
>> at https://github.com/symengine/SymEngine.jl .
>> SymEngine.jl wraps SymEngine, a symbolic manipulation library written in
>> C++ with C, Python and now Julia wrappers. SymEngine started out as a
>> rewrite of SymPy's core in C++. It provides a small set of functionality
>> from sympy.core and sympy.matrices, and gives a performance boost over
>> SymPy. Eventually, SymEngine will be able to replace the core of SymPy fully
>> (with an option to use SymEngine or pure python implementation).
>> SymEngine.jl should work on Linux, OSX and Windows. For windows, git
>> version of Conda.jl is needed until there is a new release. The package
>> provides basic symbolic manipulation including basic arithmetic, expansion,
>> differentiation, substitution and trigonometric and other functions.
>> Comments and contributions are welcome.
>> SymEngine development team