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Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
Alright
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
Can i know more about the latex to text parser issue. What exactly do we want in that? An example would help
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
The latex to text/token parser is required for adding input support for equations written in latex. Its basic function would be to convert a simple equation like $\frac {1}{x}-\frac{1}{x+2}$ to x^(-1) + (x+2)^(-1).
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
Hey, instead of having two scripts for the "run" (issue #64 ), can we make a single platform independent script in python?
Siddharth Kothiyal
@sidkothiyal
Yup can do that
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
Hey @8hantanu I've sent a PR regarding #64 .
Although I haven't used bash much, I think my code should do the work. Please let me know if there are any changes to do.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Is anyone already working on the Latex to Text Parser?
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
No one's working on it currently. @ZER-0-NE might have started?
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
I've not covered much @PulkitMishra . You can go ahead.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Thanks.. @ZER-0-NE will start today itself..
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Although please note that pace might be a bit slow because I am also trying to finish off a course in ML simultaneously.
Siddharth Kothiyal
@sidkothiyal
No problem @PulkitMishra you can take your time
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
In the meanwhile I tried to solved the first #TODO that I saw. Hence opened #73 . Its working fine on my system. But the travis build is failing. Can someone please help?
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Made some changes for parsing from LaTeX. How do I check locally before submitting a PR for the same?
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
I ran pylama and coverage run --source ./ -m pytest -v
Is that sufficient?
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
Run pytest
Or ./run test modules
Do ./run test for all tests(syntax, module and coverage)
If pytest passes that is enough.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Thanks a lot @8hantanu
I was running pytest but being on Ubuntu it was running on python 2.7 by default.
Those on Ubuntu should run
python3 -m pytest
instead (leaving this here for future reference by potential contributors)
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
👍 for including unit tests
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Thanks @8hantanu
I was writing some more tests though.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
Anyway, I like the project. Will keep on contributing as and when I find time:)
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
@PulkitMishra I can't seem to be getting the message Box displayed. Can you check once?
I can still reproduce the same error.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
@ZER-0-NE can you please specify how?
I have tried many cases. Please do let me know in case there's something i might be missing
Kousik Rajesh
@kousikr26
Hello, I found this project interesting and would like to contribute.
Kousik Rajesh
@kousikr26
what is the cause of issue #78 and how do I start?
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
Exponent simplification is currently not supported. You can surely start working on it(go through the visma/simplify/simplify.py module), but for starters I would recommend to go through the code and check off the simple FIXMEs and TODOs you can find in the code. Please refer this before making a PR.
Kousik Rajesh
@kousikr26
Ok sure will start working on it
Kousik Rajesh
@kousikr26
Why does this happen?
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
hey @kousikr26 i have only made a few contribution so not really sure but maybe you could try using pdb, step through the code and you will understand what causes this. Code's documentation is excellent to say the least. You'll understand.
Abhishek Singh
@ZER-0-NE
Exponent simplification is currently not supported as @8hantanu mentioned, so it leads to erroneous results I guess.
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
@kousikr26 The terms were differentiated without being simplified. Even then it should have followed the product rule, but it has not been implemented in the calculus module yet, hence the above result. I have fixed the multiplication for now.
This was one of the first coding projects I worked on, so there are many places where the code might seem hacky and might not follow the best practices. I try to fix these things whenever I find some time. :)
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
What are you looking for in adding custom equation list?
Are you looking for the facility of adding equations from a file?
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu

Are you looking for the facility of adding equations from a file?

Yes. I was thinking of adding an option in the menu bar for importing/exporting equations. The option would enable importing the equations from a given equations file into the equation history box.

Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
The user should be able to browse and select the file. Same goes for exporting.
Pulkit Mishra
@PulkitMishra
@8hantanu implemented. Check #83
Next, in tester.py you have asked to Categorize all test cases into COVERAGE and BASIS
Don't quite understand. Can you please explain?
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
When I was writing the test cases I thought I would write the minimal tests(BASIS e.g 1 + 1, x*y etc) at one place which would cover most of the code and the (edge)cases (COVERAGE eg. x^2 * yx^3/ x^4 - y), the more complex ones in the other file. Well categorizing it is not of the utmost importance(might as well never do it) but if new test cases can be included in their respective test modules to increase coverage, that'd be great.
If interested in viewing coverage report(line by line coverage of each module) it can be found in htmlcov/ folder after running ./run test
Suyang Chen
@he1l0world
hey. Is anyone woking on this aerospaceresearch/visma#82? If not, can I have a try
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu
Mayank Dhiman
@mayankDhiman
hey, I want to start contributing to aerospaceresearch.net (want to get started by contributing to Visma). Please help me get started.
Mayank Dhiman
@mayankDhiman
aerospaceresearch/visma#90; small PR, it changes the title of newly added popup browser window from "main.py" to "Wiki" as the second title appears a bit informative. Please review.
Suyang Chen
@he1l0world
hey,@8hantanu I'm not quite sure about this aerospaceresearch/visma#82. I tried to add ScrollArea or ScrollBar but it looks like it can't be issue. Can u guide me with this?
Suyang Chen
@he1l0world
Is that because of the Matplotlib.Canvas
Shantanu Mishra
@8hantanu

hey, I want to start contributing to aerospaceresearch.net (want to get started by contributing to Visma). Please help me get started.

@mayankDhiman Go through this.