GAP Installers

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Detailled description of the installers

All packages included are in their current version when the version of GAP was released. Unless indicated specifically, the installers will not be updated for package updates. Packages are included with priority if there is perceived use in undergraduate courses, as well as by preference of the archive creator. (In the OSX installer each package must be done separately ``by hand''.) The basic GAP system and the GGAP shell are always included.

 

The status of the packages means:

5 Installed by default, full functionality
4 Optional install, full functionality
3 Installed by default, partial functionality (no calls to external binaries)
2 Optional install, partial functionality (no calls to external binaries)
1 Currently unavailable, but will be added in future versions or by request
0 Unavailable -- the package will not work on this platform for technical reasons

Package Name
Status OSX
Status Windows
ace
5
0
aclib
4
4
alnuth
1
0
anupq
5
0
atlasrep
5
3
automata
1
4
automgrp
4
4
autpgrp
5
5
browse
1
0
carat
1
0
circle
1
4
cohomolo
1
0
crime
1
4
crisp
4
4
cryst
1
4
crystcat
1
4
ctbllib
5
5
cubefree
1
4
design
4
4
edim
1
1
example
5
5
factint
5
5
fga
1
4
format
4
4
forms
4
4
fplsa
1
4
fr
1
4
gapdoc
5
5
gpd
1
4
grape
5
3
grpconst
4
4
guarana
1
4
guava
5
3
hap
4
4
hapcryst
1
4
idrel
1
4
if
1
0
io
5
1(high priority)
irredsol
4
4
itc
0 (see xgap)
0 (see xgap)
kan
1
4
kbmag
4 (Intel only)
0
laguna
4
4
liealgdb
1
4
linboxing
1
0
loops
4
4
monoid
4
4
nilmat
1
4
nq
1
0
nql
1
0
numericalsgps
1
4
openmath
1
0
orb
1
4
pargap
0 (likely)
0
polenta
1
4
polycyclic
1
0
polymaking
1
0
qaos
1
0
quagroup
1
4
radiroot
2
2
rcwa
1
4
rds
1
4
repsn
1
4
resclasses
4
4
sgpviz
1
?
singular
1
0
sonata
4
4
sophus
1
4
toric
4
4
unipot
1
4
unitlib
1
4
wedderga
1
4
xgap
0 (replacement planned)
0 (replacement planned)
xmod
1
4
Alexander Hulpke (hulpke@math.colostate.edu), March 30, 2009
Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recomendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF).