This is the GAP Library of Tables of Marks, which is an add-on package for GAP 4.
If you have found important features missing or if there is a bug, let us know and we will try to address it in the next version of the GAP Library of Tables of Marks. Please send a short email to
Liam Naughton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This holds in particular if you have used the GAP Library of Tables of Marks to solve a problem.
You can also reach the GAP developers by sending an email to the general GAP email address for problems with GAP:
You may have got the GAP Library of Tables of Marks as or a compressed tar archive (filename ends with .tar.gz). Use the appropriate command on your system to unpack the archive.
On UNIX systems the compressed tar archive may be unpacked by
tar xzf tomlib-x.y.z.tar.gz
or, if tar on your system does not understand the option z, by
gunzip tomlib-x.y.z.tar.gz tar xf tomlib-x.y.z.tar
Installation of the GAP Library of Tables of Marks means unpacking the archive file in an appropriate directory.
For the two ways of installing GAP 4 packages in general, see the sections “Installing a GAP Package” and “GAP Root Directory” in the GAP 4 Reference Manual.
Once you have successfully installed the GAP Library of Tables of Marks, it is usually loaded automatically when GAP is started; if not then it can be loaded explicitly by typing
gap> LoadPackage( "tomlib" ); true
at the GAP prompt. Then the functions of the library are available in the current session.