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The calculation engine is provided as a C++ shared library. For complete API documentation, see the package regina-normal-doc.
Regina focuses on the study of 3-manifold triangulations and normal surfaces. Other highlights include angle structures, census enumeration, combinatorial recognition of triangulations, and high-level tasks such as 3-sphere recognition and connected sum decomposition.
For Regina's standard graphical user interface, install the package regina-normal.
Regina Development Files for Debian ----------------------------------- Regina's mathematical engine is provided in the C++ shared library /usr/lib/libregina-engine.so. The corresponding headers can be found in /usr/include/regina-normal/. Run "regina-engine-config --cflags" or "regina-engine-config --libs" for the suggested g++ compiler and linker flags. You can find thorough API documentatio more»
regina-normal (4.93-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. -- Ben Burton <email@example.com> Tue, 29 May 2012 08:46:45 +1000 regina-normal (4.92-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. * The user interface is now Qt-only, and no longer depends on KDE. * The GUI is now /usr/bin/regina-gui, not /usr/bin/regina-kde. * Builds under gcc 4.7 (closes: #667354). * Bumped more»
Regina - A Normal Surface Theory Calculator This file gives a detailed list of changes between releases, including all changes to the C++/Python API. For just the key highlights, see the (far more readable) file HIGHLIGHTS.txt. Version 4.93 [ 30 May, 2012 ] ENGINE: Class NAngleStructure: - New routine isVeering() to test for veering structures. more»
This package was debianised by Ben Burton <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Mon, 1 Oct 2001 20:44:04 -0500. It w more»