Bug#656956: [geogebra] Many commands yield to "undefined" results
niels at thykier.net
Mon Jan 23 10:47:28 UTC 2012
On 2012-01-23 09:18, Lorenz Wenner wrote:
> Package: geogebra
> Version: 126.96.36.199+dfsg1-1
> Severity: important
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> recently i recognized, that geogebra does not seem to be able to calculate e.g. the derivative of f(x)=x^2. I launched the program form the console and got this:
> but on the oter hand integrating x^2 does work. does this look like a geogebra bug or more like a mathpiper bug?
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There is a chance this is due to a regression in javahelper/0.38 and
0.39 (#656872). The bug caused FTBFS source in the uploaded version,
but I suspect geogebra was built with a git checkout. In this case, it
is very likely that jh_build may have silently discarded the contents of
the manifest (notably the classpath).
If so, a rebuild against javahelper/0.40 should solve this issue.
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