Re: Experiment with sagemath and Polybori needs to be built

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Hi Paulo,

Sorry for the silence.  I was sick for a few days, and spent yesterday
playing catchup at work.  Nevertheless, late in the day yesterday, I
updated the Fedora polybori package to install flags.conf and to build
with NTL support.  The new polybori build should be in today's Rawhide
compose, and here is the Fedora 17 update:

On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 7:44 PM, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade
<> wrote:
>  Packaging linbox 1.1.6 may be an alternative, but proper approach
> should be to get both components to work together. I just attached
> two patches to
> The sagemath side patch is
> and the patch for linbox 1.2.2, that would need to be applied to
> Fedora linbox package is:

Okay, let's see what the Sage and linbox upstreams have to say about
your patches.

>  As I stated in the trac, these are not final patches, just a call for
> feedback, as, while they most likely are correct, I did only test
> that it builds and makes both sides agree on api/abi.
>  Now my fedora sagemath package is stuck in lcalc :-)

Right, nobody has packaged lcalc for Fedora yet.  I'll say more about
that in reply to your other email.
Jerry James
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