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2392025... by Raymond Toy <email address hidden> on 2016-04-22

Update thresholds for ccl32 and ccl64

The polylog tests now pass on ecl too.

d831d14... by Raymond Toy <email address hidden> on 2016-04-22

Merge branch 'master' into rtoy-li-eval

45f2b63... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2016-04-18

Merge branch 'master' of ssh://

8294b2b... by Wolfgang Dautermann <email address hidden> on 2016-04-16

Crosscompiling: Re-enable the tex fonts (now installed
in a private subdirectory below c:\maxima-..., that works
even when installing as unprivileged user).
Enable out-of-source builds for wxmaxima.

e10e3e0... by Dan Gildea <dgildea> on 2016-04-15

revert change to %itopot
accidentally introduced in [09d160]

0bcccbe... by David Scherfgen on 2016-04-15

Fixed bug #3109 - is(sin(x) <= 1) returns "unknown", is(sin(x) <= 1.00001) returns "true". Also added test cases. "sign(sin(x)-1)" now returns "nz" instead of "pnz", similar cases are also handled.

5a300aa... by Robert Dodier <email address hidden> on 2016-04-14

Return noun instead of spurious result for integrands containing signum

RAT10 appears to try to recognize rational expressions. Assume that any expression
with operator other than MEXPT, MTIMES, or MPLUS cannot be a rational expression.
This fixes a bug in which integrands such as signum(x^2 - 4) were handled incorrectly.
With this patch, integrate returns noun expressions for such integrals instead of
an incorrect result as before.

Fixes SF bugs #2242: "integrating function with signum incorrect"
and #3123: "integrate(x*signum(x^2 - 4), x, 0, 3) yields spurious result"

09d1603... by Dan Gildea <dgildea> on 2016-04-12

freel second element of pair
fixes mistake in commit [691cbc]

1eb49d1... by Raymond Toy <email address hidden> on 2016-04-12

Announce that ccl64 has been configure.

Patch from Andrej Vodopivec on maxima-discuss, Apr 11, 2016.

3a20a64... by Raymond Toy <email address hidden> on 2016-04-10

Relax threshold slightly for test 534 for ecl.

ecl 16.0.0 (64-bit) on OSX now passes this test. I didn't test any
other version of ecl.