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- Subject: Rima: Linear Programming for Lua
- From: Geoff Leyland <geoff_leyland@...>
- Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 17:15:58 +1300
Version 0.02 of Rima, a symbolic math modelling package and binding to
a number of linear programming  libraries, is available.
Documentation starts at http://www.incremental.co.nz/projects/
lua.html , development is now hosted on google code at http://code.google.com/p/rima/
, and you can get the tarball from http://rima.googlecode.com/files/rima-0.02.tar.gz
If you're wanting to solve LPs from Lua, then as far as I know, Rima's
your only choice (can anyone tell me otherwise?). If you're not
interested in LPs, then Rima's late-bound symbolic math is worth a
look. It might be pretty nifty, and at the very least it's a horribly
complicated way of solving a simple problem.
Changes since the last version are a much richer late-bound handling
of tables and table composition, improvements to syntax, and much
better (but still not complete) documentation. (BTW, the all the code
snippets in the documentation make up part of the test suite thanks to
Coming up (this could take a while) I hope to move onto column-wise
modelling and submodels, heading for some kind really nice
composability system for models.
Any feedback would be much appreciated.