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Agena è un linguaggio di programmazione procedurale facile da apprendere e studiato per l'utilizzo quotidiano. Implementato come linguaggio interpretato, può essere usato per applicazioni scientifiche, educative, linguistiche e altro. La sua sintassi risulta simile all'Algol 68 semplificato, con elementi presi dal Lua e da SQL.

Questo software è distribuito come pacchetto compresso, da scaricare e installare manualmente; se ci sono prerequisiti da soddisfare, andranno anch'essi scaricati e installati manualmente.

Installazione manuale

Disponibile sia in formato ZIP che WarpIN:

  • scaricare il pacchetto ZIP in una cartella temporanea e scompattarlo nella cartella di destinazione;
  • il pacchetto WarpIN è autoinstallante.

Vedi sotto per il(i) link di download.

E' possibile installare i prerequisiti con rpm, eseguendo la stringa seguente in una finestra comandi:

yum install libc libcx libgcc1 libssp libstdc++6 libstdc++ libsupc++6 libsupc++ libgcc-fwd readline ncurses

Qui di seguito trovi i link di download per l'installazione manuale del software:

Agena v. 3.16.3 (19/5/2024, Alexander Walz) Readme/What's new
3.16.3 Anson, May 19, 2024 - The `**` operator to raise a base to an integral power has become eight percent faster. As a result, also `frexp10`, `round`, `mdf`, `xdf`, `hashes.varlen`, `calc.fmings`, `calc.fmaxgs`, `calc.gauleg`, `calc.harmonic`, `calc.Psi`, `calc.savgolcoeffs`, `calc.xpdiff`, `linalg.norm`, `divs.ipow`, `math.convertbase`, `math.nextpower`, `math.nthdigit` and `math.powmod` have been tweaked a little bit as have been some few internal functions to create and administer tables, sequences and sets.
Agena v. 3.16.1 (update2, 17/5/2024, Alexander Walz) Readme/What's new
AGENA LIBRARY (CUMULATIVE) UPDATE Improvements ------------ 3.16.1 Library Update 2 Anson, May 17, 2024 - The precision of the factorial function fact left much to be desired with higher order integral arguments n, especially with n > 101. This has been fixed. - Removed non-existing territories from data/langreg.csv. Installation ------------ This update can be used on all operating systems. You may need administrator rights to install this update. Prerequisite ------------ Please have at least Agena 3.16.1 installed. Solaris, UNIX, and Mac ---------------------- In Solaris, OpenSolaris, Linux, and Mac, the Agena installation can be found in /usr/agena. (This folder includes at least the following subdirectories: doc, lib, schemes, and share). Please cd into this Agena main directory, i.e. into /usr/agena. Proceed with step `Unpack`. Windows ------- In Windows, your Agena installation might usually reside in - <drive letter>:\Programs\Agena, or - <drive letter>:\Program Files\Agena, or - <drive letter>:\Program Files (x86)\Agena. Please cd into this Agena subdirectory. Its contents is as follows: 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> . 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> .. 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> bin 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> doc 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> lib 13.03.2022 21:22 <DIR> share 13.03.2022 21:22 61.346 uninstall.exe Proceed with step `Unpack`. DOS --- In DOS, locate the Agena directory that includes the licence and change.log files, and cd into this directory. Please proceed with step `Unpack`. Unpack ------ Copy this ZIP archive to your main Agena folder (see above) you just cd'ed into. Please copy the lib/*.agn files in the lib folder of this ZIP archive to the lib folder of your Agena installation, overwriting the original files. If present, copy the updated documentation in the doc directory of this ZIP archive to the doc folder of your Agena installation, overwriting the original files. If present, please also copy scheme(s) files included in this update to the schemes folder. Or just for short: in a shell, just issue the following statement after cd'ing: unzip -o *update* Really Updated ? ---------------- To check whether the update has been successfully installed: The start-up message should now include the word `Update`, e.g.: AGENA >> a.b.c Update n. (C) 2006-20xy That's it.  local copy
Agena v. 3.16.1 (11/5/2024, Alexander Walz) Readme/What's new
3.16.1 Anson, May 11, 2024 - In the past, when a number was suffixed by the letter 'd', the number was multiplied by 12 (dozen notation). Now the number is assumed to represent degrees and is automatically converted to radians through multiplication by Pi/180. > 90d: 1.5707963267949 Likewise, if a number is suffixed by the letter 'r', it is assumed to be in radians and automatically converted to degrees through multiplication by 180/Pi: > 1.5707963267949r: 90 The suffix 'D' still represents dozens, so for example: > 10D: 120 - New `math.todegrees` is the complement to `math.toradians` and converts radians to degrees: > math.todegrees(Pi/2): 90 - `math.todecimal` did not work well - or unexpectedly - with negative components. This has been fixed by converting all values to positive while preserving the sign in the result. > math.todecimal(-1, 30, 45): -1.5125 > math.todecimal(-1, 30, -45): -1.5125 - Likewise, `math.toradians` did not work well with negative optional arguments. This has been fixed the same way as for `math.todecimal`. - `math.dd` was 16 times slower than equivalent `math.todec`, because the former used string parsing and the latter a precise numeric approach. So from now on, `math.dd` uses the same code as `math.todec`, the latter which has also now been deprecated. An alias has been provided to ensure backward-compatibility. - `math.splitdms` has been tuned by eight times, now using arithmetics instead of string processing.
Agena Manual v. 3.16.3 (, Alexander Walz)
Agena source code v. 3.16.3 (Source code, , Alexander Walz)
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Hello, thank you very much for listing me. Greetings from Bonn, Rhineland, Alex

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