Thanks, glad to be here. ... You can already drop phi, if that s all you want to do, by excluding the phi symbol from the search with the option -Nf. Adding
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, Nov 28, 2012
Thanks, glad to be here.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Phil Carmody <thefatphil@...> wrote:
> And as you open source RIES, there's nothing stopping people from
> adding more constants and functions, for which I'm most grateful,
> even if I've not actually got around to doing that yet - I certainly
> plan to! (However, I'd probably drop phi as a leaf-node too!)
You can already drop phi, if that's all you want to do, by excluding the phi symbol from the search with the option -Nf.
Adding constants and functions was and is a conscious motivation from the very start, and I consider it in any refactoring and enhancements. In the source code you can see that I've already specified the syntax for custom constants and functions through the existing -include mechanism. For example:
--define : EulerGamma # seft-a (constant)
( -- The Euler-Mascheroni constant, 0.57721... )
# 50 digits for when RIES goes to higher precision
This isn't implemented yet but at least I thought of it.
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