lcalc: L-function calculator¶
Michael Rubinstein’s L-function calculator.
Michael Rubinstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Newer beta version 1.3 (not yet in Sage): http://code.google.com/p/l-calc/
Special Update/Build Instructions¶
There is some garbage in the upstream sources which should be removed:
src/include/.Lexplicit_formula.h.swp src/include/.Lvalue.h.swp src/include/._.DS_Store src/include/.DS_Store src/include/Lexplicit_formula.h.swap.crap src/include/Lvalue.h.bak src/src/Makefile.old src/src/.Makefile.old.swp src/src/._.DS_Store src/src/.DS_Store src/src/.Lcommandline.ggo.swp src/src/libLfunction.a
We (and apparently also upstream) currently don’t build Lcalc’s tests (see Makefile), hence there’s no spkg-check. This might change in newer upstream versions.
The original Makefile uses $(CC) to compile C++ (also using $(CCFLAGS)), which it defines to ‘g++’, and hardcodes ‘g++’ when linking the shared library. (It should use $(CXX) instead, which might *default* to ‘g++’.) We now (lcalc-1.23.p10) patch the Makefile also to use $(CXX) for compiling and linking C++; $(CXX) now *defaults* to ‘g++’, and $(CC) to ‘gcc’, but both can be overridden by simply setting their respective environment variables. (Same for $(INSTALL_DIR) btw.)
We change a lot there, since Lcalc doesn’t have a ‘configure’ script, and hence the Makefile is supposed to be edited to customize Lcalc (build options, locations of headers and libraries etc.). Besides that, we
put CXXFLAGS into Lcalc’s “CCFLAGS” used for compiling C++,
remove some stuff involving LDFLAGS1 and LDFLAGS2, setting just LDFLAGS,
use $(MAKE) instead of ‘make’ in the crude build receipts,
use CXXFLAG64 when linking the shared library,
now use $(CXX) for compiling and linking C++, which *defaults* to ‘g++’, but can be overridden by setting the environment variable of the same name. ($(CC) now *defaults* to ‘gcc’, although currently not really used as far as I can see.)
$(INSTALL_DIR) can now be overridden by simply setting the environment variable of the same name.
Uncomment the definition of lcalc_to_double(const long double& x). (Necessary for GCC >= 4.6.0, cf. #10892.) Comment from there: The reason is the following code horror from src/src/include/Lcommon.h: […] But somebody who is familiar with the codebase should really rewrite lcalc to not redefine the double() cast, thats just fragile and will sooner or later again fail inside some system headers.
Various changes to port to newer versions of PARI.
(Patches src/include/Lcommandline_numbertheory.h) Include also <time.h> in Lcommandline_numbertheory.h (at least required on Cygwin, cf. #9845). This should get reported upstream.
lcalc-1.23_default_parameters_1.patch: Make Lcalc (1.23) build with GCC 4.9
Equivalent System Packages¶
$ sudo pacman -S lcalc
$ conda install lcalc
$ sudo apt-get install lcalc
$ sudo yum install lcalc
$ sudo pkg install lcalc
$ nix-env --install lcalc
If the system package is installed, ./configure will check whether it can be used.