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SymEngine-hs

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Haskell bindings to SymEngine

Prerequisites

Stack, a Haskell build tool

Stack is a Haskell build tool, which allows for cross-platform, reproducible builds.

The build toolchain of this project depends on stack, so please follow the installation instructions as outlined here

SymEngine, the library that this package provides a Haskell interface for

Please go through the SymEngine installation instructions, and make sure that the header files as well as the libraries

  • symengine
  • gmp
  • gmpxxx

Since these are hard dependencies for SymEngine-hs to build.

Getting started

To quickly build and check everything is working, run

stack build && stack test

All of the test cases should pass with SymEngine

Playing around in the interpreter

to launch a GHCi session, execute the interpreter with

stack ghci --ghci-options " -lstdc++ -lgmpxx -lgmp -lsymengine -L/usr/local/lib/"

Make sure that you have built symengine.so (NOTE: you _need the shared object, and not just the library), and have installed the shared object as well.

Once you are inside GHCi, you can execute basic functions such as basic_const_zero, basic_const_one, etc.

A typical interpreter session will look like this:

GHCi session with Symengine loaded
---

*Symengine Symengine> basic_const_zero
0
*Symengine Symengine> basic_const_zero
0
*Symengine Symengine> basic_const_one
1
*Symengine Symengine> basic_const_minus_one
-1

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License

All code is released under the MIT License.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the symengine README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.