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May 2009 release
     posted by axiom, Sun 31 May 2009 09:13:22 PM UTC - 0 replies

Axiom now supports latex chunk syntax in pamphlets, thus
Axiom pamphlets can now be pure latex.
Axiom can now read pamphlet files and extract latex chunks directly.
All input files were converted to the new format.

This change has several long term implications. Once all of the ...

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Axiom November 2008 Release
     posted by axiom, Tue 25 Nov 2008 02:56:12 AM UTC - 0 replies

Axiom November 2008 Release is available.
See the download page at

Additional Axiom web sites
     posted by billpage1, Wed 08 Sep 2004 02:57:46 AM UTC - 0 replies

You can use Axiom online at the following web site:

The Axiom Portal is a web portal which allows registered users to create their own wiki web pages containing Axiom commands and LaTeX mathematics, to ...

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Axiom Sources Available
     posted by axiom, Fri 29 Aug 2003 03:34:20 PM UTC - 0 replies

The Axiom sources are now available for anonymous download.
The system builds correctly on Redhat Linux 9.
If the sources are expanded into a path (e.g. /SPAD)
you can build the system by typing:
cd /SPAD
export AXIOM=/SPAD/mnt/linux

Homepage updated
     posted by axiom, Tue 03 Dec 2002 04:46:17 AM UTC - 0 replies

The latest changes in the project have been
posted on the homepage project summary.

First CVS directory posted
     posted by axiom, Tue 05 Nov 2002 01:10:17 AM UTC - 0 replies

The axiom/license directory now exists in the CVS tree.
Next we plan to post the first version of the underlying lisp code.
We are also learning how to share CVS code among the developers.

Developer Mailing List created
     posted by axiom, Tue 15 Oct 2002 12:04:48 AM UTC - 0 replies

A new developer mailing list axiom-developer has been created
to hold discussions related to system building.

     posted by axiom, Sun 29 Sep 2002 04:40:53 PM UTC - 0 replies

20020929000 tpd The Axiom site was announced.

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