[fpc-pascal]Math/Algebra Unit for FreePascal
Marco van de Voort
marcov at stack.nl
Tue Jul 20 22:57:41 CEST 2004
> I'm developing a statistical software and I need a mathematical
> (algebra) unit for FreePascal. Right now I'm using Jedi_Math with
> Delphi but I don't want the VLC/CLX dependency and I hate using
> proprietary software (Delphi or Kylix). If the unit is
> object-oriented, even better.
Jedi math hardly has a math dependancy, at least the last time I looked,
it worked with FPC 1.9.x in a few minutes. (on FreeBSD)
I even got the _visual_ part to work with Lazarus, but that was more an
empty form.
> Thanks to the last release of the 2.0 beta I was able to compile all
> of the non-visual classes of the program!
Other possibilities:
- there is numlib in the packages somewhere. crude, but if you need a few
routines, snatching it from there would work. It's more linear
algegra tho.
- I once wrote a unit symbolic that can derive an expression
(it can also evaluate expressions. Jedi Math's parser borrows
from it)~
- TP style tehre always is:
http://www.unilim.fr/pages_perso/jean.debord/tpmath/tpmath.htm
They also have a FPC/Delphi/GPC version
- Looking here might also bring you something
http://www.efg2.com/Lab/Library/Delphi/MathInfo/Resources.htm
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