[Maxima] How to use Maxima from within C++ program (CGI)?
fateman at cs.berkeley.edu
Thu Aug 9 10:18:59 CDT 2007
I was thinking of this...
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> Konovalov, Vadim Vladimirovich (Vadim)** CTR **
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> To: Yigal Asnis; Maxima at math.utexas.edu
> Subject: Re: [Maxima] How to use Maxima from within C++ program (CGI)?
> > GiNaC library have a parser so I can easy transform
> > strings to expressions and vice versa in C++.
> you do not realize that this way you'll spend much more programming
> efforts and time
> C++ programmers have low productivity due to too low level
> Programmers are often too conservative: someone somehow convinced them
> that C++ (or java) is the best and they will never even try
> looking into
> lisp, or perl, or whatever.
> > The question about Lisp is wether is possible to make
> > CGI with it? In C++ I have cgicc library that is doing
> > all the dirty work.
> may be quick link at http://www.cliki.net/lisp-cgi-utils will help?
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