Use Github issues page to submit bug reports or feature requests.
git clone https://github.com/wxMaxima-developers/wxmaxima
Build instructions can be found at
On some Linux systems the F1, Tab and Delete
keys will be suppressed until the package
ibus-gtk3 is installed.
The documentation of the code can be viewed here.
Wolfgang Dautermann's site always contains a recent build of Maxima and wxMaxima. Additionally appveyor tries to create a wxMaxima-only installer immediately after wxMaxima's sourcecode has been changed. This build is only available if there was no code change in the last about 10 minutes and if the code actually compiled for windows. As this build is compiled using Microsoft Visual C++ it is considerably slower than Wolfgang's nightly build, though, which is made using the gnu toolchain.
.deb file and double-clicking on
it should suffice on most systems. Alternatively the file can be
installed from the console, on debian-based systems by
sudo dpkg -i filename.deb
A nightly build of wxMaxima (without maxima) can be downloaded from www.peterpall.de/wxMaxima/nightly/wxMaxima.dmg
On Linux updating Maxima to the current git head should be
straightforward. On Windows you can either use the nightly build, which
is a ready-to-use installer (untested!) of the current development version of Maxima and wxMaxima (32 and 64 bit).
If you want to compile it by yourself, David Scherfgen posted the following procedure that allows to update the current Maxima installation to the git head on Windows, too, without having to install any traditional build tools.
repository's URL is:
(configure), and finally
directory by typing:
(maxima-compile), and finally
(load "maxima-build.lisp") again,
C:\Maxima-Git\src. The Maxima
command prompt should show up.
bin subdirectory of
your latest "stable" Maxima version. For me, this
C:\Program Files (x86)\Maxima-sbcl-184.108.40.206\bin.
sbcl.exe.bak. You need to do
this because the supplied version of SBCL seems to be
outdated, and that would result in troubles. By renaming
the file, the SBCL version you earlier installed on your
machine will be used instead.
to the current directory.
build_info(); - pay
attention to the timestamp field, which should reflect the
date and time when you compiled Maxima earlier.
maxima.bat file and