Ondrej Certik wrote:
I'd like to be able to do these things with sfepy+sympy together:
I.e. really just specify the equation in sympy and sfepy should be clever enough to solve it correctly, or say why it cannot solve it.
I would be nice to have, yes. But it is sort of eye-candy and I have more pressing things to do now, regarding sfepy functionality itself.
It would be on sympy to transform a user input to something sfepy could understand, right? For basic stuff (e.g. Laplacian) this won't be that difficult.