Interesting. Looks like the singular code is using internal, undocumented NTL interfaces. I work very hard to keep the documented interfaces stable and reliable, but I can't guarantee anything for undocumented interfaces. If singular is going to do that, they will have to use ifdefs or something to work around the issue. Or ask me to provide an interface for some functionality that they need and that I can maintain. My guess is that this is related to changes I made in the transition to v10.
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