Changeset b3eeb2 in git


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Timestamp:
Dec 3, 2013, 5:21:56 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
Hans Schoenemann <hannes@…>
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(u'jengelh-datetime', 'ceac47cbc86fe4a15902392bdbb9bd2ae0ea02c6')(u'spielwiese', '48f1dd268d0ff74ef2f7dccbf02545425002ddcc')
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Message:
some adaption to 4-0-0
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    1                         SINGULAR version 3-1-3
     1                        SINGULAR version 4-0-0
     2                     University of Kaiserslautern
     3      Department of Mathematics and  Centre for Computer Algebra
     4     Authors: W. Decker, G.-M. Greuel, G. Pfister, H. Schoenemann
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    3                      University of Kaiserslautern
    4 
    5       Department of Mathematics and  Centre for Computer Algebra
    6 
    7            Authors: G.-M. Greuel, G. Pfister, H. Schoenemann
    8 
    9                         Copyright (C) 1986-2011
    10 
     6                        Copyright (C) 1986-2013
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    1511This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
    1612under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
    17 Free Software Foundation ( version 2 or version 3 of the License ).
     13Free Software Foundation (version 2 or version 3 of the License).
    1814
    1915Some single files have a copyright given within the file:
    20 Singular/ndbm.* (BSD), kernel/htmlhelp.h (LGPL 2.1+)
     16Singular/links/ndbm.* (BSD), kernel/htmlhelp.h (LGPL 2.1+)
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    22 The following software used with SINGULAR have their own copyright: the
    23 omalloc library, the readline library, the Gnu Multiple Precision
    24 Library (GMP), NTL: A Library for doing Number Theory (NTL), the Multi
    25 Protocol library (MP), the Singular-Factory library, the
    26 Singular-libfac library, surfex, and, for the Windows distributions the
    27 Cygwin DLL and the Cygwin tools (Cygwin), and the XEmacs editor
     18The following software modules shipped with SINGULAR have their own
     19copyright: the omalloc library, the readline library, the GNU Multiple
     20Precision Library (GMP), NTL: A Library for doing Number Theory (NTL),
     21Flint: Fast Library for Number Theory, the Singular-Factory library, the
     22Singular-libfac library, surfex, and, for the Windows distributions,
     23the Cygwin DLL and the Cygwin tools (Cygwin), and the XEmacs editor
    2824(XEmacs).
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    65 The latest information about SINGULAR is always available from
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    6861Acknowledgements
    6962================
    7063
    71 The development of SINGULAR is directed and coordinated by Gert-Martin
    72 Greuel, Gerhard Pfister, and Hans Scho"nemann.
     64The development of SINGULAR is directed and coordinated by Wolfram
     65Decker, Gert-Martin Greuel, Gerhard Pfister, and Hans Scho"nemann.
    7366
    74 Currently, the SINGULAR team has the following members: Michael
    75 Brickenstein, Wolfram Decker, Alexander Dreyer, Anne Fru"hbis-Kru"ger,
    76 Kai Kru"ger, Viktor Levandovskyy, Oleksandr Motsak, Mathias Schulze, and
    77 Oliver Wienand.
     67Current devteams: Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences in Lahore,
     68BTU Cottbus, Center for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt (CASED),
     69FU Berlin, Isfahan University of Technology, Mathematisches
     70Forschunginstitut Oberwolfach, Oklahoma State University, RWTH Aachen,
     71Universidad de Buenos Aires, Université de Versailles
     72Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, University of Go"ttingen, University of
     73Hannover, University of La Laguna and University of Valladolid.
    7874
    79 Former members of the SINGULAR team are: Olaf Bachmann, Christoph
    80 Lossen, Wolfgang Neumann, Wilfred Pohl, Jens Schmidt, Thomas Siebert,
    81 Ru"diger Stobbe, Eric Westenberger and Tim Wichmann.
     75Current SINGULAR developers: Wolfram Decker, Gert-Martin Greuel,
     76Gerhard Pfister, Hans Scho"nemann,
    8277
    83 Further contributions to SINGULAR were made by: Daniel Andres, Thomas
    84 Bayer, Isabelle Bermejo, Markus Becker, Stas Bulygin, Nadine Cremer,
    85 Kai Dehmann, Marcin Dumnicki, Stephan Endrass, Jose Ignacio Farran, I.
    86 Garcia-Marco, Vladimir Gerdt, Philippe Gimenez, Christian Gorzel,
    87 Hubert Grassmann, Amir Hashemi, Fernando Hernando, Agnes Heydtmann,
    88 Dietmar Hillebrand, Tobias Hirsch, Markus Hochstetter, Manuel Kauers,
    89 Simon King, Anen Lakhal, Martin Lamm, Santiago Laplagne, Gregoire
    90 Lecerf, Francisco Javier Lobillo, Christoph Mang, Thomas Markwig, Bernd
    91 Martin, Michael Messollen, Andrea Mindnich, Jorge Martin Morales,
    92 Thomas Nu"ssler, Tetyana Povalyaeva, Carlos Rabelo, J.-J.
    93 Salazar-Gonzalez, Alfredo Sanchez-Navarro, Ivor Saynisch, Kristina
    94 Schindelar, Silke Spang, Stefan Steidel, Henrik Strohmayer, Christian
    95 Stussak, Imade Sulandra, Akira Suzuki, Christine Theis, Enrique Tobis,
    96 Maryna Viazovska, Alberto Vigneron-Tenorio, Moritz Wenk, Denis Yanovich,
    97 Oleksandr Iena.
     78Shawki Al-Rashed, Daniel Andres, Mohamed Barakat, Isabel Bermejo,
     79Muhammad Asan Binyamin, Rene' Birkner, Rocio Blanco, Xenia Bogomolec,
     80Michael Brickenstein, Stanislav Bulygin, Antonio Campillo, Raza
     81Choudery, Alexander Dreyer, Christian Eder, Santiago Encinas, Jose
     82Ignacio Farran, Anne Fru"hbis-Kru"ger, Rosa de Frutos, Eva
     83Garcia-Llorente, Ignacio Garcia-Marco, Christian Haase, Amir Hashemi,
     84Fernando Hernando, Bradford Hovinen, Nazeran Idress, Anders Jensen,
     85Lars Kastner, Junaid Alan Khan, Kai Kru"ger, Santiago Laplagne,
     86Grégoire Lecerf, Martin Lee, Viktor Levandovskyy, Benjamin Lorenz,
     87Christoph Lossen, Thomas Markwig, Hannah Markwig, Irene Marquez, Bernd
     88Martin, Edgar Martinez, Martin Monerjan, Francisco Monserrat, Oleksandr
     89Motsak, Andreas Paffenholz, Maria Jesus Pisabarro, Diego Ruano, Afshan
     90Sadiq, Kristina Schindelar, Mathias Schulze, Frank Seelisch, Andreas
     91Steenpass, Stefan Steidel, Grischa Studzinski, Katharina Werner and Eva
     92Zerz.
     93
     94Further contributions to SINGULAR have been made by: Martin Albrecht,
     95Olaf Bachmann, Muhammad Ahsan Banyamin, Thomas Bauer, Thomas Bayer,
     96Markus Becker, J. Boehm, Gergo Gyula Borus, Winfried Bruns, Fernando
     97Hernando Carrillo, Victor Castellanos, Nadine Cremer, Michael Cuntz,
     98Kai Dehmann, Christian Dingler, Marcin Dumnicki, Stephan Endrass,
     99Vladimir Gerdt, Philippe Gimenez, Christian Gorzel, Hubert Grassmann,
     100Jan Hackfeld, Agnes Heydtmann, Dietmar Hillebrand, Tobias Hirsch,
     101Markus Hochstetter, N. Idrees, Manuel Kauers, Simon King, Sebastian
     102Jambor, Oliver Labs, Anen Lakhal, Martin Lamm, Francisco Javier Lobillo,
     103Christoph Mang, Michael Messollen, Andrea Mindnich, Antonio Montes,
     104Jorge Martin Morales, Thomas Nu"ssler, Wolfgang Neumann, Markus Perling,
     105Wilfried Pohl, Adrian Popescu, Tetyana Povalyaeva, Carlos Rabelo,
     106Philipp Renner, J.-J.Salazar-Gonzalez, Alfredo Sanchez-Navarro, Ivor
     107Saynisch, Jens Schmidt, Thomas Siebert, Christof Soeger, Silke Spang,
     108William Stein, Ru"diger Stobbe, Henrik Strohmayer, Christian Stussak,
     109Imade Sulandra, Akira Suzuki, Christine Theis, Enrique Tobis, Alberto
     110Vigneron-Tenorio, Moritz Wenk, Eric Westenberger, Tim Wichmann, Oliver
     111Wienand, Denis Yanovich and Oleksandr Yena.
    98112
    99113We should like to acknowledge the financial support given by the
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