maxima:exploden-format-float

Last commit made on 2014-05-21
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55f5401... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-05-21

In description of fpprintprec, mention that trailing zeros are stripped.

04b300d... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-05-21

Tests to verify that fpprintprec is handled correctly.

4226ee2... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-02-05

In EXPLODEN, compile regex functions (matching trailing zeros) for greater speed.

43dc5de... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-02-05

In EXPLODEN, strip trailing zeros from float output.
This behavior can be enabled/disabled via *EXPLODEN-STRIP-FLOAT-ZEROS*.

c88dc5b... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-02-04

Try to print exactly fpprintprec decimal places for floats.
Seems to work as intended, although it changes current behavior by printing trailing zeros.

042774a... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-02-03

Move code for formatting floats out of EXPLODEN into a separate function.
No functional changes.

3604602... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

Merge branch 'master' of ssh://git.code.sf.net/p/maxima/code

fb94c9a... by Rupert Swarbrick on 2014-01-30

Fix bug number in test

It turns out I can't drive SourceForge's bug system. This patch just
makes the comment on a test point at the right bug...

d58d379... by Rupert Swarbrick on 2014-01-30

Trivial change to fix some subscripted integration

$DEFINT used STRIPDOLLAR to make a temporary integration variable when
you passed it a subscripted variable. This turns out to be less than
brilliant... The first example in #2676 hit this bug because it was
using x[1]. It turns out that X is the dummy variable used in the
integral lookup table (and (STRIPDOLLAR $X) => X).

Gensyms seem a saner way to make symbols...

2f9ae60... by Rupert Swarbrick on 2014-01-30

Document SUM-OF-INTSP & make it a bit more efficient

I was trying to track down another bug and had to think hard to work out
what this function was doing, so I figure I may as well leave the
documentation for the next visitor...