Language and System Changes in Maple 14Maple 14 includes the following language and system changes.Help BrowserEval and rtableRegularChains option in RootFinding[Isolate]

<Text-field style="Heading 2" layout="Heading 2" bookmark="bkmrk0">Help Browser</Text-field>By setting interface(helpbrowser=standard), it is possible to view documentation through the Standard GUI's help browser launched from any interface. This gives Command-line and Classic users a nicer interface for viewing documentation including hyperlinks, full-text search, and the table of contents. Additionally, help pages that are written using features specific to Maple's Standard interface and that were previously not viewable in Classic and Command-line help will be accessible. This includes some help pages, example worksheets, and Maple Portal pages. For more information on the helpbrowser variable, see interface.
<Text-field style="Heading 2" layout="Heading 2" bookmark="bkmrk1">Eval and rtable</Text-field>Eval now works on rtable constructions such as Matrix.Eval(Matrix([[x^2 + y]]), {x=3, y=2}) mod 5;
<Text-field style="Heading 2" layout="Heading 2" bookmark="bkmrk2">RegularChains option in RootFinding[Isolate]</Text-field>Users of RootFinding[Isolate] now can choose the method to isolate the real roots of polynomial system. These methods are "RS", which is based on Fabrice Rouillier's RealSolving (RS) C library, and "RC", which is based on the RegularChains package by Marc Moreno Maza et al.with(RootFinding):F := [x^2-2, y-1];Isolate(F, [x,y], method="RS");Isolate(F, [x,y], method="RC");

See AlsoIndex of New Maple 14 FeaturesProgramming and Connectivity Changes in Maple 14