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What is it?
MathParser is a library for calculation of mathematical expressions. It is intended to be small and fast. Actually it is just CCalc library(can't find a link to it anymore) rewritten in C++.
Who would use it?
MathParser LIBRARY can be used by developers for parsing expressions, for plotting functions etc...
Why would they use it instead of similar projects? Special features/strengths?
- The LIBRARY is fast and compact
- The engine supports user-defined functions, variables and more...
- MathParser has its own script language, making possible very complex calculations.
Who is working on it?
Kirill Zaborski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans for the close and distant future?
Make the library more portable. Now I'm working in MSVC++ and don't have time to test the library in other compilers and environments. Matteo Murgia found that it compiles well under Linux/gcc, so I don't think that there should be any problems on other platforms.