Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc
To: None <>
From: Alistair G. Crooks <>
List: pkgsrc-changes
Date: 01/28/2002 13:27:08
Module Name:	pkgsrc
Committed By:	agc
Date:		Mon Jan 28 11:27:07 UTC 2002

Update of /cvsroot/pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc
In directory

Log Message:
Initial import of David Bell's calc into the NetBSD Packages Collection, due
to popular demand.

Calc is an arbitrary precision C-like programmable calculator with many
builtin functions.  The basic data types are integers, fractions,
complex numbers, strings, matrices, associations, lists, files, and
user-definable "objects".  You can use it interactively to evaluate
expressions line by line, or else you can write complicated programs in
its C-like language.  There are many features which I will not bother
to describe here.

Calc is written entirely in C, and runs on many different platforms and
variants of UNIX.

The low-level arbitrary precision math routines have been organized into
three libraries for handling integers, fractions, and complex numbers.
You can call the routines in these libraries from your own C programs.

Vendor Tag:	TNF
Release Tags:	pkgsrc-base
N pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc/Makefile
N pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc/PLIST
N pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc/distinfo
N pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc/DESCR
N pkgsrc/math/dbell-calc/patches/patch-aa

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