Hello, Can I write a script in Python for use on an Android phone that uses a library or module in SAGE? Do I, can I, install SAGE onto an Android phone? Is there a way to compile/transform the SAGE dependent part of the code into a file that can be included in a Python script on the Android phone? In other words, can SAGE be used on an Android phone? If so, how? What would the implementation look like Thanks, Kyle
Sage has been successfully compiled on the Android G1, but I don't think it was really usable. In any case, here's a blog post with link to the announcement on sage-devel:
A related question you might be thinking of is whether Sage can be separated into smaller pieces which can be run independently on phones; I don't know whether there's been any effort in that direction, but the archives of sage-devel might contain information about that.
And finally, let me point out that you can always connect to sagenb.org and run any notebook code you write!
Here is another link for Sage for android:
posted Sep 29 '11dananos
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