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- version update to 1.5.1 + Deprecate `is_EmptySet` in favor of `is_empty` + Lambda now requires a tuple rather than a list for the signature argument (non-tuple iterables are deprecated) + Eq(expr) now raises ValueError. Eq(expr, 0) should be used instead. + Refactory of the units module. Scale factors and dimensions are now both global and relative to single unit systems. + get_dixon_matrix() now computes only the necessary monomials for the Dixon matrix. + The ProductSet of no sets is no longer the empty set. Instead is the set consisting of the empty tuple. + Deprecated tensorhead() and tensorsymmetry() static methods. + Rational, irrational, transcendental and algebraic now imply finite in the assumptions system. This means that all symbols declared as rational, integer, odd etc are now automatically assumed finite. + In the (old) assumptions, `complex=True` now implies `finite=True`. Note that the default assumption for Symbol is `complex=None`, which allows for the possibility for it to be infinite. + The assumptions system is changed so that only finite numbers can be considered real, positive, negative, nonnegative, nonpositive or nonzero (since nonzero implies real). This means that any symbol declared with e.g. real=True is now automatically considered finite. It also means that infinities can not be considered positive or negative since they are not real (e.g. oo.is_positive is now False). + New assumptions extended_real, extended_positive etc are added that allow for positive and negative infinity. The equivalent of `Symbol('x', real=True)` in version 1.4 is now `Symbol('x', extended_real=True)`. The equivalent of `Symbol('x', negative=False)` is now `Symbol('x', extended_negative=False)` although it is usually better to use `Symbol('x', nonnegative=True)` (which implies both real=True and finite=True as well). Code that previously checked `if x.is_positive` should now be written as `if x.is_extended_positive` if it is intended that infinities should be allowed. + Numbers still compare the same as they do in Python (`Float(1) == 1`) except when they appear in an Expression, e.g. `x**2.0 != x**2`.

- version update to 1.4 + Logic expressions with relations can now be simplifed in a better way which has impact on e.g. simplification of piecewise expressions + The MathML Presentation printer has seen a major improvement with support configuration and about a hundred new functions. + Union and Intersection have been improved to, among other improvements, support Python sets. + The test procedure has been changed to include code coverage and code quality checks leading to a number of issues being identified and removed. + Unicode support, especially for Python 2.7, has been improved. + subs and Subs have been improved in a number of ways. + SymPy objects now renders as LaTeX automatically in Jupyter notebooks. init_printing is still required to LaTeX render non-SymPy objects such as lists of expressions or Python ints

- Fix building on Leap

- Update python-sympy-rpmlintrc to reflect current reality.

- specfile: * package isympy file and __pycache__ - update to version 1.3: * see https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-1.3

- specfile: * update copyright year * removed devel from noarch - update to version 1.2: * Highlights + Python 3.3 is no longer supported. If you require Python 3.3 support, use SymPy 1.1.1. See our policy on dropping support for major Python versions. + Experimental LaTeX parsing with sympy.parsing.latex.parse_latex() has been added, based on the latex2sympy project. This requires antlr-python-runtime to be installed. #13706 + The vector module has been improved to support orthogonal curvilinear coordinate systems (Szymon Mieszczak's GSoC project) + New module sympy.integrals.intpoly for integrating uni/bivariate polynomials over 2-polytopes. (Arif Ahmed's GSoC project) + Improvements to the code generation module. (Björn Dahlgren's GSoC project) + Improvements to the group theory module. See below for more information. (Valeriia Gladkova's GSoC project) + New module sympy.discrete for operating on discrete sequences. (Sidhant Nagpal's GSoC project) * for full changelog see https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-1.2

Version: 1.1.1-bp150.2.4
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*** Mon Mar 29 2010 Werner Hoch <werner.ho@gmx.de> - 0.6.7 **
*** Sun Dec 20 2009 Werner Hoch <werner.ho@gmx.de> - 0.6.5 **
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*** Mon Nov 24 2008 Werner Hoch <werner.ho@gmx.de> - 0.6.3 **
*** Sat Sep 20 2008 Werner Hoch <werner.ho@gmx.de> - 0.6.2 **

- Fix update-alternatives implementation. - Fix recompilation for earlier python3 releases.

- Do not build require python-qt4, it does not be required at build time.

- Implement single-spec version - update to version 1.1.1: * see the release notes for complete details: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-1.1.1 - update to version 1.1: * see the release notes for complete details: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-1.1 - update to version 1.0: * see the release notes for complete details: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-1.0

- update to version 0.7.6: * see the release notes for complete details: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-0.7.6 - remove unwanted shebang from more python library files - add AUTHORS, LICENSE and README.rst to the package documentation - add update-alternatives as post and postun requires - fix update-alternatives

- fix bashisms in pre script

- update to version 0.7.5 Major changes: * The version of mpmath included in SymPy has been updated to 0.18. * New routines for efficiently compute the dispersion of a polynomial or a pair thereof. * Fancy indexing of matrices is now provided, e.g. A[:, [1, 2, 5]] selects all rows and only 3 columns. * Enumeration of multiset partitions is now based on an implementation of Algorithm 7.1.2.5M from Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming. The new version is much faster, and includes fast methods for enumerating only those partitions with a restricted range of sizes, and counting multiset partitions. (See the new file sympy.utilities.enumerative.py.) * distance methods were added to Line and Ray to compute the shortest distance to them from a point. * The normal_lines method was added to Ellipse to compute the lines from a point that strike the Ellipse at a normal angle. * inv_quick and det_quick were added as functions in solvers.py to facilitate fast solution of small symbolic matrices; their use in solve has reduced greatly the time needed to solve such systems. * solve_univariate_inequality has been added to sympy.solvers.inequalities.py. * as_set attribute for Relationals and Booleans has been added. * Several classes and functions strictly associated with vector calculus were moved from sympy.physics.mechanics to a new package sympy.physics.vector. (PRs #2732 #2862 #2894) * New implementation of the Airy functions Ai and Bi and their derivatives Ai' and Bi' (called airyai, airybi, airyaiprime and airybiprime, respectively). Most of the usual features of SymPy special function are present. Notable exceptions are Gruntz limit computation helpers and meijerg special functions integration code. * Euler-Lagrange equations (function euler_equations) in a new package sympy.calculus (PR #2431). Minor changes: * Some improvements to the gamma function. * generate_bell now generates correct permutations for any number of elements. * It is no longer necessary to provide nargs to objects subclassed from Function unless an eval class method is not defined. (If eval is defined, the number of arguments will be inferred from its signature.) * geometric Point creation will be faster since simplification is done only on Floats * Some improvements to the intersection method of the Ellipse. * solutions from solve of equations involving multiple log terms are more robust * idiff can now return higher order derivatives * Added to_matrix() method to sympy.physics.vector.Vector and sympy.physics.dyadic.Dyadic. (PR #2686). * Printing improvements for sympy.physics.vector objects and mechanics printing. (PRs #2687, #2728, #2772, #2862, #2894) * Functions with LaTeX symbols now print correct LaTeX. (PR #2772) * init_printing has several new options, including a flag print_builtin to prevent SymPy printing of basic Python types (PR [#2683]), and flags to let you supply custom printers (PR #2894). * improvements in evaluation of imageset for Intervals (PR #2723). * Set properties to determine boundary and interior (PR #2744). * input to a function created by lambdify no longer needs to be flattened. Backwards compatibility breaks and deprecations: * the submatrix method of matrices was removed; access the functionality by providing slices or list of rows/columns to matrix directly, e.g. A[:, [1, 2]]. * Matrix([]) and Matrix([[]]) now both return a 0x0 matrix * terms_gcd no longer removes a -1.0 from expressions * extract_multiplicatively will not remove a negative Number from a positive one, so (4*x*y).extract_multiplicatively(-2*x) will return None. * the shape of the result from M.cross(B) now has the same shape as matrix M. * The factorial of negative numbers is now zoo instead of 0. This is consistent with the definition factorial(n) = gamma(n + 1). * 1/0 returns zoo, not oo (PR #2813). * zoo.is_number is True (PR #2823). * oo < I raises TypeError, just as for finite numbers (PR #2734). * 1**oo == nan instead of 1, better documentation for Pow class (PR #2606).

- update to 0.7.4.1 * This was a small bugfix release to fix an import issue on Windows (https://github.com/sympy/sympy/issues/2681). - update to 0.7.4 (see https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-0.7.4)

- Update to version 0.7.3: + See https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Release-Notes-for-0.7.3 - Use update-alternatives for binaries / man-pages

- Initial python3 support

- Update to 0.7.2 version: * pep8 correction: don't include space around * and ** * radsimp watches for pure radical in denominator * pep8 E702: one statement per line * add class name to hash value * give more explicit error messages * fix quality and ode constant numbering bug * mprovements to euler equation solver * Sparse hash now includes shape * add hash to SparseMatrix * raise notimplemented on MatrixExpr.conjugate * removed cruft print statement - Fix the shebang RPMLint without make python libraries executables, it is not the good way

- Fix building on SLES 11

- license update: BSD-3-Clause Always state the exact version of the license and use SPDX syntax (http://www.spdx.org/licenses)

- fix build for SLE-11

- new version 0.7.1

- new version 0.6.7

- fixed site-packages location for openSUSE 11.2

- new version 0.6.5

- new version 0.6.4

- new version 0.6.3

- fixed wrong man-page in INSTALLED_FILES list