In preparation for a beta release of the raq package, it's important for it to be conformant to current GAP package conventions. Therefore, I have rearranged the file tree to match the Example package quite thoroughly. In so doing, this laid the foundation for the following aspects of the package: - Package documentation. Added makedoc.g at the top level to generate AutoDoc/GAPDoc documentation for raq. Currently the documentation is empty; future development will bring the documentation to cover all existing code. - Package tests. The basic structure to add .tst files in the tst subdirectory of the package is in place. The coverage of tests provided in this commit is minimal; again, further development will extend the test coverage. In addition, PackageInfo.g has been elaborated to include much more complete information about raq and where it will (initially) be posted on line. Resolves: #1
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raq, a GAP System package for Racks And Quandles.
- Website: code.studioinfinity.org/raq/wiki
- Repository: code.studioinfinity.org/raq
This package provides a variety of facilities for computing with one-sided quasigroups, racks, and quandles in GAP.
It uses no external binaries, so installation consists only of placing the raq file tree in a directory in your package search path, e.g. the pkg directory of your GAP installation, or perhaps the .gap/pkg subdirectory of your home directory.
Authors/maintainers of raq: Glen Whitney email@example.com
The authors of raq would like to acknowledge their debt to the creators of RIG, an earlier package for Racks in GAP; chaief among them is Leandro Vendramin. RIG was an inspiration for the creation of raq, and using and reading that package suggested many features needed in the development of raq.