GSoC Progress - Week 718 Jul 2017
My seventh report on my GSoC progress. It’s been quite a journey so far, full of challenges and rewards. This week, apart from the work, I took some time to write a proposal for a full fledged talk at the upcoming
PyCon India 2017 Conference, titled
SymEngine: Leveraging The Power Of A Computer Algebra System (CAS) To Another to be held during the first week of
November 2017 in
New Delhi. What’s more exciting is that Sumith and Ranjith would be there as well, hopefully if it gets selected.
I pushed in #1308 fixing a minor
I pushed in #176, a minor PR for skipping some of the tests where
SymPy wasn’t being used.
Most of my time this week was spent on finding inconsistencies between
SymPy objects which arise while using
SymPy. I’m currently maitaining a log of all the issues that are occuring and their possible solutions. As such, I have decided to make a small change in our strategy. For the coming week, I’ll try and complete the issue log, and implement the possible missing functionalities and attributes in
SymEngine.py, after which a minor release in
SymEngine.py would be made to make these changes available for
Till Next Time!