Fedora 15 Update: E-1.4-1.fc15

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Fedora Update Notification
2011-08-23 18:32:39

Name        : E
Product     : Fedora 15
Version     : 1.4
Release     : 1.fc15
URL         : http://www.eprover.org/
Summary     : Equational Theorem Prover
Description :
E is a purely equational theorem prover for full first-order logic.
That means it is a program that you can stuff a mathematical
specification (in first-order format) and a hypothesis into, and which
will then run forever, using up all of your machines' resources.  Very
occasionally it will find a proof for the hypothesis and tell you so.

E's inference core is based on a modified version of the superposition
calculus for equational clausal logic.  Both clausification and
reasoning on the clausal form can be documented in checkable proof

E was the best-performing open source software prover in the 2008 CADE
ATP System Competition (CASC) in the FOF, CNF, and UEQ divisions.  In
the 2011 competition, it won second place in the FOF division, and
placed highly in CNF and UEQ.

Update Information:

This update brings the following changes:
* Adapted e_ltb_runner for CASC-23
* Various minor fixes, in particular to proof and answer output
* New literal selection function
* New auto-mode

* Mon Aug 22 2011 Jerry James <loganjerry at gmail.com> - 1.4-1
- New upstream release
- Rebuild man pages with newer version of help2man
- Use the Makefile's install target instead of rolling our own
* Sat Jul  2 2011 Jerry James <loganjerry at gmail.com> - 1.3-1
- New upstream release
* Tue Jun 21 2011 Jerry James <loganjerry at gmail.com> - 1.2.001-1
- New upstream release
- Now dual-licensed: GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
- Drop unnecessary spec file elements (BuildRoot, etc.)
- Use virtual provides for the BRs instead of files
- Install the man pages

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update E' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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