Fedora 24 Update: mathic-1.0-4.20160320.git558fff0.fc24

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Fedora Update Notification
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2016-04-08 16:58:25.259926
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Name        : mathic
Product     : Fedora 24
Version     : 1.0
Release     : 4.20160320.git558fff0.fc24
URL         : https://github.com/Macaulay2/mathic
Summary     : Data structures for Groebner basis computations
Description :
Mathic is a C++ library of fast data structures designed for use in
Groebner basis computation.  This includes data structures for ordering
S-pairs, performing divisor queries and ordering polynomial terms during
polynomial reduction.

With Mathic you get to use highly optimized code with little effort so
that you can focus more of your time on whatever part of your Groebner
basis implementation that you are interested in.  The data structures
use templates to allow you to use them with whatever representation of
monomials/terms and coefficients that your code uses.  In fact the only
places where Mathic defines its own monomials/terms is in the test code
and example code.  Currently only dense representations of
terms/monomials are suitable since Mathic will frequently ask "what is
the exponent of variable number x in this term/monomial?".

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Update Information:

The tbb update simply adds -fno-delete-null-pointer-checks to the build flags.
The previous build showed some odd behavior when used by mathicgb, but behaves
as expected when built with this flag.  The memtailor, mathic, and mathicgb
updates move to the latest upstream git snapshots in preparation for using these
packages for the latest Singular and Macaulay2 releases.
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