These are chat archives for symengine/symengine

21st
Mar 2016
Acha Bill
@achabill
Mar 21 2016 08:53
Hello, Please I've written a draft proposal here. Can someone review it and give feedback?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 09:08
@achabill, your timeline starts from day after tomorrow?
Can you explain how you are going to use the SMT solver?
Also, can you explain what each function in your timeline does?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 13:57
All those who are applying for GSoC, should have their draft proposals uploaded to gsoc website as soon as possible if you want comments.
Aravind Reddy
@aravindkanna
Mar 21 2016 14:00
So the mentors will comment, sir?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 14:00
Yes
Aravind Reddy
@aravindkanna
Mar 21 2016 14:00
Is there no need to post our proposals on the sympy groups page?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 14:01
You should do both
Aravind Reddy
@aravindkanna
Mar 21 2016 14:01
And can we edit the proposals after submission on the GSoC website?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 14:01
You can edit the draft proposal.
Aravind Reddy
@aravindkanna
Mar 21 2016 14:15
Sir is it good to submit the sympy wiki link in the proposal page?
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 14:16
It's easier to comment, if it's a google doc
Aravind Reddy
@aravindkanna
Mar 21 2016 14:16
Oh thanks sir
parthparashar1647
@parthparashar1647
Mar 21 2016 16:32
i am Parth Parashar ,i have submitted my pr on sympy google page please comment and review
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 16:33
@badcoderparashar, you need to have a clear set of deliverables
parthparashar1647
@parthparashar1647
Mar 21 2016 16:49
please check the changes i have made
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 16:50
I mean, you need to break down what you are going to do in the 12 weeks
parthparashar1647
@parthparashar1647
Mar 21 2016 16:55
thanks working on it
Kunal Singh
@kunal-iitkgp
Mar 21 2016 17:14
So after I have made correct changes to fix warnings issue in SymEngine.jl
in my local repo, I execute the following commands :
julia -e 'Pkg.build("SymEngine")'
julia -e 'Pkg.test("SymEngine")'
I get the same warnings
Also on executing julia -e 'Pkg.clone(pwd())'
I am getting this error
INFO: Cloning SymEngine from /home/kunal/SymEngine.jl ERROR: SymEngine already exists in error at ./error.jl:21 in clone at pkg/entry.jl:159 in clone at pkg/entry.jl:186 in anonymous at pkg/dir.jl:31 in cd at file.jl:22 in cd at pkg/dir.jl:31 in clone at pkg.jl:34 in process_options at ./client.jl:257 in _start at ./client.jl:378
Isuru Fernando
@isuruf
Mar 21 2016 17:20
Here's my development workflow
  1. julia -e 'Pkg.clone(pwd())' - (Since you have already done this, that's fine)
  2. Find out where SymEngine was installed to. (~/.julia/v0.4/SymEngine/)
  3. Delete the folder where SymEngine was installed
  4. Create a symbolic link from my git repo to original install directory
  5. julia -e 'Pkg.build("SymEngine")'
  6. julia -e 'Pkg.test("SymEngine")'
Kunal Singh
@kunal-iitkgp
Mar 21 2016 23:49
@isuruf Pls have a look at symengine/SymEngine.jl#15 and symengine/SymEngine.jl#16