> < ^ Date: Tue, 07 Jul 1998 09:19:58 -0400 (EDT)
> < ^ From: Drew Krause <drkrause@mindspring.com >
> < ^ Subject: Re: loading GRAPE in MS-DOS

Thank you for your quick reply.

The specific problem plays out as follows (in 3.4.4):

gap> RequirePackage("grape");
Error, share library "grape" is not installed in
LoadPackage( name ) called from
RequirePackage( "grape" ) called from
main loop

Grape libraries *do* appear in my Gap directory tree. While I'm in the
process of installing Gap on my Linux partition, I would still like to
know what the problem is here in DOS...


Drew Krause           Miami, FL      

On Tue, 7 Jul 1998, Leonard Soicher wrote:
> In GAP 3.4 you should be able to load the GAP-only part of GRAPE
> by typing RequirePackage("grape"); at the gap prompt.
> This part of GRAPE which relies on Brendan Mckay's nauty package
> (AutGroupGraph, IsIsomorphicGraph, PartialLinearSpaces)
> can only be installed on Unix computers. I suggest you think about
> running Linux on your PC.
> Best regards, Leonard Soicher.

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