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Re: mathematica 6.0 and geometrica

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  • Subject: [mg75735] Re: [mg75680] mathematica 6.0 and geometrica
  • From: "Chris Chiasson" <chris at chiasson.name>
  • Date: Wed, 9 May 2007 04:39:08 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <200705080959.FAA19076@smc.vnet.net>

You could just directly modify the $ContextPath to include
"LinearAlgebra`" as needed.

On 5/8/07, Marty Schettler <kchoose2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, All --
>
>  I am having a lot of trouble updating to Mathematica 6.0,
> particularly with geometrica05. Does anyone have any insights or
> similiar problems? It has always been an annoyance that geometrica
> does not define its symbols in a separate context (i.e. all of its
> symbols are in Global`Geometrica05`Geometrica...for no apparent
> reason). But now, it looks like since the function Projection is in
> the kernel, it has made it virtually impossible to draw any geometrica
> objects. Argh! Any advice/input would be greatly appreciated!
>
> Meanwhile, how is everyone liking Mathematica 6? Any advice on a less
> painful update? It looks to me like it's going to take hours (or days)
> to update all of my packages to support the new package structure, and
> some functions seem to be just gone! (e.g. AppendRows).  Anyone have
> any great ideas on one-step updating? I've got functions all over the
> place that call functions like
> LinearAlgebra`MatrixManipulations`MatrixConditionNumber that are now
> deprecated (speaking of which, I can use
> LinearAlgebra`MatrixConditionNumber[m], with no problem, but if I try
> to use <<LinearAlgebra` it complains about obsolete packages. Can
> anyone explain that??? I am so confused, and frustrated that the
> update is so difficult.
>
>
> cheers!
> Marty
>
>


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