[GAP Forum] A service for GAP remote access
pliner at sky.ru
Mon May 31 08:32:48 BST 2004
Have anybody tried to build the source?
----- Original Message -----
From: "J.F. Huesman" <qphysics at yahoo.com>
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Subject: Re: [GAP Forum] A service for GAP remote access
> I run cygwin, solaris, redhat linux, and NeXT.
> Is the service available, I would like to see about compiling it on
> platforms and seeing how it works.
> J.F. Huesman
> University of South Florida
> Tampa, Florida
> --- Lev Pliner <pliner at sky.ru> wrote:
> > Dear forum users.
> > My name is Lev Pliner. I'm a PhD student at Ural State University,
> > Katerinburg, Russia. I've rendered a server that allows to remotely run
> > (rGAP) and a simple client for it (cGAP).
> > I used cygwin/gcc, so I hope it may be compiled/linked under linux. If
> > so, the mentioned software allows to use GAP kernel run under linux with
> > packages using a client run under windows. A client based upon readline
> > library so many customizations can be done (see man readline for further
> > information).
> > I can send a singlethreaded version of server; multithreaded is ready
> > still has a lot of bugs.
> > Lev.
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