Interval arithmetic in Python
This library provides a Python implementation of an algebraically closed interval system on the extended real number set. Interval objects, as defined in this library, consist of a finite union of closed, possibly unbound intervals in the mathematical sense.
- To improve readability, do not test the examples in the documentation with Python 2.6.
- Code pathways that are specific to one Python version are marked with # pragma directives, and the collection of coverage statistics ignores them as appropriate.
- Add support for Python 3.6.
- Implement #11: Take the absolute value of an interval.
- Provide a helpful message during installation if setuptools is outdated (#13).
- Fix #5: Intervals can now be pickled and used with the functions in the copy module.
- Add support for Python 3.
- Add interval.fpu.isinteger as a portable way to check whether a value is an instance of an integer type.
- Spin off Python binding to CRlibm into a separate project: PyCRlibm.
- Migrate Project hosting from Google Code to GitHub.
- Use Travis CI and AppVeyor as continuous integration services.
- Add support for Python 2.6 and 2.7.
- Drop support for Python 2.5.
- Initial release.
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