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Polylib is written in Ansi C and is running on Unix, Linux, and Windows (provided Cygwin is installed.)
The current version is 5.0. Polylib is evolving, and developed by
Brigham Yound University, ICPS in Strasbourg (France), and Irisa in
A central CVS repository is in Rennes at url
Developers of Polylib use this repository to
constantly improve the current version.
Polylib is free, but is subject to the GNU General
Public Licence agreement.
Polylib 5.0 does not provide a user-friendly interface
for computing polyhedra: if you want to try it, no other
way than writing a C program which calls the appropriate
However, the developers plan to include in a future
version some functions to parse and visualize domains
(such functions exist, but they do not have
currently a form suitable for distribution).
In addition, part of Polylib can be called from
the Mathematica software through an interface that was implemented
for the MMAlpha software.