[SciPy-user] python+maxima+latex for symbolic stuff
ryanlists at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 15:13:28 CST 2005
Sorry, yes I meant to use a BSD license. I don't know completely how
this will work though because Maxima is GPL. I don't link to Maxima
in anyway, I just call it from the command line. Does that pose a
problem for comercial use? Can you bundle GPL software with your own
proprietary stuff if you don't link to it?
On 11/17/05, Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu> wrote:
> Ryan Krauss wrote:
> > Sorry this took so long, but I now have a package for symbolic stuff
> > available. It can be found at:
> > http://www.imdl.gatech.edu/ryan/python/
> Once you flesh out the (inevitable) bugs with a bit of public use, please
> don't forget to make an entry on the topical software wiki. This is filling a
> much-needed gap in python-for-science.
> BTW, you don't specify a license at all. If I may suggest using BSD, so that
> integration with the rest of scipy/matplotlib/ipython is not an issue in the
> future, that would be great. The decision is yours to make, of course.
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