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Compared to Maple on Windows, how do ppl like Maple on Macs ?

Any comments ??

 

Thanks, cheers !

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Hi,

  Is there any benchmark of the performance of maple on windows 7 64 bit vs linux, especially in solving generalized eigenvalue problem?

 

Thank you very much

Hi,

 

  I am using maple on Windows 7. I edit .mw file by maplew.exe.

 

  When the source code becomes long, e.g. over 2000 lines, the editing resonse starts to be slow. I can try to edit in other software, e.g. editplus. Is there any way to let maplew works faster?

 

Thank you!

Suppose I have installed maple on a directory in Windows 7 64 Bit. Now I use the command mode in windows, by typing maplew "D:\xx.mw" > xx.txt, it doesn't work. 

 

Excuse me, how to run maplew on command mode?

Hi all,

 

Sorry if the question of the title wasn't very clear. I am not sure how to express it correctly.

But here is what I do for linux,

and I get

 

So when I submitted a lot of jobs, I can see the arguments that was passed to it. I can easily kill a process.

 

How do I do that in windows if anyone knows?

Here is a screenshot from windows task manager:

 

That does not give informative details, just like the 'top' command in linux.

 

Thanks,

Hello,

Years ago it was possible for Maple to send graphics in a new window instead of the current worksheet.

I know it is possible under Unix*s with plotestup and interface=x11.

I have read extensively the man page and didn't find any reference for windows machines.

So...is it possible or not ?

Thank you for your feedback,

JM Collard

 

Hi My main problem is that the new installer is ridiculously small that I cannot even press the buttons acuratley. I am running windows 8.1 on a Surface Pro 2. I had no problems installing maple 17.

 

I also ran into errors using the Bitrock installer 3 times, I am not even sure if it is installed correctly now.

 

is there anyway to get maple 18 without using the Bitrock installer?

Hi

I'm using Maple 17 on Windows 8 (64-bit).

I have noticed that when I use the 'spacecurve' command and try to display it with the 'display' command, nothing shows up. I made sure that I used 'with(plots)' and 'with(plottools)', still nothing. However 'plot3d' works fine. I think it has something to do with the version of Java I'm using but I don't know what. Any help is welcome, thx

Specifications of my laptop:

Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GT 740m

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3630QM (2.40GHz)

Ram: 6,00 GB

OS: Windows 8.1

I am using "Maple 15" and "Windows 7" and I want to share the tip for using "Classic worksheet" and "GR Tensor". Windows 7 is 64-bit but you can use Classic worksheet and GR Tensor, which work basically in 32-bit, by simply downlording "32-bit Maple 15" !! I haven't tried other more current versions of Maple but Maple 15 works well: you can choose 32-bit Maple in the download options.

Enjoy the Classic worksheet and GR Tensor. Good luck !  

This is a Windows specific question. If I currently have the worksheet named "myworksheet.mw" in the directory "C:\projects" open in Maple, is there a command I can execute to retreive the path "C:/projects" as a string? 

Hi everyone,

I need to write a program to save some files in both Windows or Unix System.

The structure of the path files is different from windows to Unix, so i want to something like this

if (WindowsOS) then

        pathFILE := "\\MyDirectory\\blabla.txt";

elif (UnixOS) then

       pathFILE := "\/MyDirectory\/blabla.txt";

end if;

 

Thanks for help.

 

Hi,

I have always been experiencing problems using a university server. It runs Red Hat 6.4 (Santiago) and Maple 17 X64.

The problem never occurs on Windows 7 SP1 X64 with Maple 17 X64.

Only reason I want to use the university machines is that it's "faster".

I had raised...

How do I install Maple 15 in Windows 8.  I get a requester that says that the GUI version is not supported.

I have a very strange bug with Maple 16. When I try to start it, Maple loads its shell and starts to consume 100% CPU (maple.exe, not mserver.exe). If I try to calculate something, it throws something like "waiting for server connection". In 3 to 10 minutes Maple suddenly stops doing this and then works normally until I reboot Windows. What's this? Maple 16.0, Windows XP SP3.

PS. I do not have such bugs on my home PC with Windows XP SP2.

 

 

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