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# SLATEC Common Mathematical Library, Version 4.1, July 1993 # a comprehensive software library containing over # 1400 general purpose mathematical and statistical routines # written in Fortran 77. file readme for overview of slatec file slatec_src.tgz for Gzipped tar file of complete , SLATEC source. (2373787 bytes) , Individual routines can be retrieved from src subdirectory. file slatec4linux.tgz for Gzipped tar file of SLATEC for linux file slatec_chk.tgz for Gzipped tar file of SLATEC , quick checks. (324049 bytes) , Individual routines can be retrieved from chk subdirectory. lib err for xersav and other error handling from old version of SLATEC , used by several other packages in netlib file toc for SLATEC table of contents size 227 kB file gams for GAMS classification file guide for Guide to the SLATEC Common Mathematical Library file slatecm.tgz for browser for any library using SLATEC prologues by David M Woodcock <firstname.lastname@example.org> age experimental lib src # This library contains the main SLATEC Fortran source. # # There are five (5) machine specific subprograms (D1MACH, # I1MACH, R1MACH, FDUMP and XERHLT) in the source file. # These are described further in the next two paragraphs. # # Machine constants, such as word length and maximum # positive exponent, are supplied to routines in SLATEC # source via the functions D1MACH, I1MACH and R1MACH. Make # sure that each machine type at your site returns the # correct values for these functions. In most cases, this # only requires replacing a "C" with a blank in the first # column of several lines of each function. The copies of # D1MACH, I1MACH and R1MACH included in the source have all # the machine specific constants commented out with a "C" in # column one. # # The standard error handler has two machine dependent # subroutines in it: FDUMP and XERHLT. The routine XERHLT # is called via XERMSG when a fatal error is encountered and # must terminate the job. The copy of XERHLT included in # this file contains a "STOP" and thus does stop execution. # However, in most circumstances, this normal exit is # unacceptable when an error has been detected and this # subroutine should be replaced at each site. The routine # FDUMP is called via XERMSG when traceback information is # desired. This routine should provide the traceback # information to appropriate output files. The copy of # FDUMP included in the source does not produce traceback # information. If this function is desired, it must be # implemented at each site. # # It is assumed that all ANSI-77 standard intrinsic # functions are vendor-supplied and, therefore, are not # included in the main SLATEC source. In the event that # some of these subprograms are not resident on the system # (e.g. DINT on CDC), many are included in the subsid. (See # below.) In some cases, the higher special # functions (e.g. error functions, Bessel functions) # anticipate that certain errors will be handled in the # intrinsic functions. This may not be done appropriately # in vendor-supplied intrinsic functions and may cause # difficulties. lib lin for the BLAS, LINPACK, EISPACK, SLAP subset of SLATEC # removed from slatec/src to make the main source more accessible # see also /netlib/blas, /netlib/linpack, /netlib/eispack, /netlib/slap lib fishfft for the FISHPACK, FFTPACK subset of SLATEC # removed from slatec/src to make the main source more accessible # see also /netlib/fishpack, /netlib/fftpack lib fnlib for the FNLIB subset of SLATEC # removed from slatec/src to make the main source more accessible # see also /netlib/fn, which is another version; we don't really # know which one is more recent or bug-free. If you figure it out # please send email to email@example.com. lib pchip for piecewise cubic hermite approximation # removed from slatec/src to make the main source more accessible # see also /netlib/pchip lib chk for 54 quick check drivers # If some of the quick checks fail on certain machines, it # does not necessarily indicate a problem in the source, but # possibly in the quick checks themselves, or the machine # architecture or the operating system or the compiler or # vendor or user supplied software. # The main programs (quick check drivers) are test01.f,...,test54.f. # On the VAX under VMS, the quick checks should be run with # KPRINT = 0 or 1 (zero or one). file docinstall for installation note for the Los Alamos documentation program file slprep for Los Alamos on-line documentation # generates four files which comprise the database for the on-line # documentation program file sladoc for on-line documentation file subsid for subsidiary programs for slprep and sladoc file spfun for elementary special functions file spfunchk for quick checks for the elementary special functions file install for installation note file list for list of subprograms file tree1 for list of routines directly referenced file tree for list of routines directly or indirectly referenced