interpreted library for the Yorick language
Yorick is an interpreted programming language for:
* scientific simulations or calculations
* postprocessing or steering large simulation codes
* interactive scientific graphics
* reading, writing, and translating large files of numbers
The yorick-data package contains all the architecture-independent data, which
is mostly the standard interpreted library.
Here are the "style sheets" *.gs and palettes *.gp that come with this
distribution. You can make your own; see work.gs for a description of
the style sheet format, or earth.gp for the palette format.
The ps.ps PostScript file is the template used by gist; you can also
print it to test the gist primitives on your printer. The pscom.ps
file is the same thing with more comments, but fewer tests.
These interpreted source files are read by yorick as it starts. (The
actual commands which include them may be found in i0/stdx.i.)
All files in this directory whose names end with ".i" will be
included, in alphabetical order (all uppercase letters precede any
lower case letter, and digits precede either). Other files (such as
this README) are ignored.
There are a total of three i-start direct
The following include files contain Yorick code built from the
basic Yorick functions. These are part of the Yorick distribution,
and are located in the directory Y_SITE/include.
bessel.i - integer order Bessel functions
Functions: bessj, bessy, bessi, bessk
gamma.i - gamma and beta functions (erfc in dawson.i better)
These interpreted source files are read by yorick as it starts. The
files themselves contain extens
yorick (2.2.01+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Add yorick-dbg package
* Add Vcs-Git and Vcs-Bro
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