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Calculations in a text document

With Mavscript you can do calculations in a  text  document.  Mavscript
processes  template  files  containing text + algebraic expressions (or
java code). Text files, OpenDocument Text odt, LaTeX tex, hypertext
html  and  other text based formats (i.e. svg) are supported. The
text file may be packed in a zip-archive.

How it works: Mavscript reads the calculation commands in the template.
These commands start with the control characters §m and end with one of
the following control characters: §i (print input), §o (print  output),
§io  (print  both input and output) and $n (do not print anything). The
commands are forwarded to a Computer-Algebra-System. The  algebra  pro-
gram returns an answer to Mavscript, i.e. the result of the calculation
command. Mavscript now can insert this answer in the  text,  where  the
command was.

The standard engine is the built-in computer-algebra-system Yacas.  The
built-in java-interpreter BeanShell or Jasymca may be used instead. The
last option is to connect to a port (on localhost or a remote server).

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
mavscript.spec 6.1 KB over 1 year ago Download File
mavscript202.zip 5.21 MB over 1 year ago

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