/*
* This file comes from the cephes math library, which was
* released under the GPLV2+ license as a part of the Debian labplot
* package (I've included the GPLV2 license reference here to make
* this clear) - Keith Packard
*
* Cephes Math Library Release 2.0: April, 1987
* Copyright 1984, 1987 by Stephen L. Moshier
* Direct inquiries to 30 Frost Street, Cambridge, MA 02140
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
* WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
* General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
* with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
* 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA.
*/
/* mconf.h
*
* Common include file for math routines
*
*
*
* SYNOPSIS:
*
* #include "mconf.h"
*
*
*
* DESCRIPTION:
*
* This file contains definitions for error codes that are
* passed to the common error handling routine mtherr()
* (which see).
*
* The file also includes a conditional assembly definition
* for the type of computer arithmetic (IEEE, DEC, Motorola
* IEEE, or UNKnown).
*
* For Digital Equipment PDP-11 and VAX computers, certain
* IBM systems, and others that use numbers with a 56-bit
* significand, the symbol DEC should be defined. In this
* mode, most floating point constants are given as arrays
* of octal integers to eliminate decimal to binary conversion
* errors that might be introduced by the compiler.
*
* For little-endian computers, such as IBM PC, that follow the
* IEEE Standard for Binary Floating Point Arithmetic (ANSI/IEEE
* Std 754-1985), the symbol IBMPC should be defined. These
* numbers have 53-bit significands. In this mode, constants
* are provided as arrays of hexadecimal 16 bit integers.
*
* Big-endian IEEE format is denoted MIEEE. On some RISC
* systems such as Sun SPARC, double precision constants
* must be stored on 8-byte address boundaries. Since integer
* arrays may be aligned differently, the MIEEE configuration
* may fail on such machines.
*
* To accommodate other types of computer arithmetic, all
* constants are also provided in a normal decimal radix
* which one can hope are correctly converted to a suitable
* format by the available C language compiler. To invoke
* this mode, define the symbol UNK.
*
* An important difference among these modes is a predefined
* set of machine arithmetic constants for each. The numbers
* MACHEP (the machine roundoff error), MAXNUM (largest number
* represented), and several other parameters are preset by
* the configuration symbol. Check the file const.c to
* ensure that these values are correct for your computer.
*
* Configurations NANS, INFINITIES, MINUSZERO, and DENORMAL
* may fail on many systems. Verify that they are supposed
* to work on your computer.
*/
/*
Cephes Math Library Release 2.3: June, 1995
Copyright 1984, 1987, 1989, 1995 by Stephen L. Moshier
Adjusted for use with ACE/gr by Evgeny Stambulchik, October 1997
*/
#define __GRACE_SOURCE_
#include "cmath.h"
/* Type of computer arithmetic */
/* In ACE/gr, defined as a compiler directive - no need to define here */
/* PDP-11, Pro350, VAX:
*/
#if defined(HAVE_DEC_FPU)
# define DEC 1
#endif
/* Intel IEEE, low order words come first:
*/
#if defined(HAVE_LIEEE_FPU)
# define IBMPC 1
#endif
/* Motorola IEEE, high order words come first
* (Sun 680x0 workstation):
*/
#if defined(HAVE_BIEEE_FPU)
# define MIEEE 1
#endif
/* UNKnown arithmetic, invokes coefficients given in
* normal decimal format. Beware of range boundary
* problems (MACHEP, MAXLOG, etc. in const.c) and
* roundoff problems in pow.c:
* (Sun SPARCstation)
*/
#if (!defined (DEC) && !defined (IBMPC) && !defined (MIEEE))
# define UNK 1
#endif
/* Define this `volatile' if your compiler thinks
* that floating point arithmetic obeys the associative
* and distributive laws. It will defeat some optimizations
* (but probably not enough of them).
*
* #define VOLATILE volatile
*/
#ifndef VOLATILE
# define VOLATILE
#endif
#ifdef PI
# undef PI
#endif
#ifdef NAN
# undef NAN
#endif
#ifdef INFINITY
# undef INFINITY
#endif
/* Constant definitions for math error conditions
*/
#if defined(DOMAIN)
# undef DOMAIN
#endif
#define DOMAIN 1 /* argument domain error */
#if defined(SING)
# undef SING
#endif
#define SING 2 /* argument singularity */
#if defined(OVERFLOW)
# undef OVERFLOW
#endif
#define OVERFLOW 3 /* overflow range error */
#if defined(UNDERFLOW)
# undef UNDERFLOW
#endif
#define UNDERFLOW 4 /* underflow range error */
#if defined(TLOSS)
# undef TLOSS
#endif
#define TLOSS 5 /* total loss of precision */
#if defined(PLOSS)
# undef PLOSS
#endif
#define PLOSS 6 /* partial loss of precision */
#if defined(EDOM)
# undef EDOM
#endif
#define EDOM 33
#if defined(ERANGE)
# undef ERANGE
#endif
#define ERANGE 34
#if !defined (UNK)
/* Define to support tiny denormal numbers, else undefine. */
# define DENORMAL 1
/* Define to ask for infinity support, else undefine. */
# define INFINITIES 1
/* Define to ask for support of numbers that are Not-a-Number,
else undefine. This may automatically define INFINITIES in some files. */
# define NANS 1
/* Define to distinguish between -0.0 and +0.0. */
# define MINUSZERO 1
#endif
/* Define 1 for ANSI C atan2() function
See atan.c and clog.c. */
#define ANSIC 1