Complex Digamma function in gsl

Gerard Jungman jungman@lanl.gov
Wed May 31 11:44:00 GMT 2006


On Sat, 2006-05-27 at 14:42 +0100, Brian Gough wrote:
> 
> Jerry, what's your opinion on the CPSI routine in SLATEC?  It looks
> fairly simple.

I looked at it; it's simple enough, once you get past the
fortran kookiness. One reason I never did a complex version
was that I wanted to also have complex versions for the
general polygamma functions (not just the first), and I
was too tired to do all of that.

But since there is some demand, I have now implemented
psi(z) for complex z. It is checked into CVS, but it
is not tested yet. The problem is that I cannot get
test_sf.c to build; it fails to find some symbols
from the library for complex math, declared in 
gsl/complex/gsl_complex_math.h.

Brian, can you look at this and figure out what
is going on? If I can get the tests to build, I
can wrap this up.

-- 
Gerard Jungman <jungman@lanl.gov>
Los Alamos National Laboratory



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