Hi, I am trying to save intermediate step of my calculation into a file, so that next time I can read the file to resume the calculation. Say, I need to save
How to save s to a file?
I tried two ways:
(1) Standard python module pickle cannot save sage objects, thus fails
(2) I converted s to a python object:
Now I can use s.save('file_name'). However, there is a bug that I cannot load using load('file_name')
RuntimeError: unknown function 'a' in archive
It is a known bug: http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/11919 .
Unfortunately I am not expert enough to fix that bug, and I really want to get my work done before waiting for the fix. Is there any other way to save the list s currently?
In the bug report it is mentioned that an older version of Pynac doesn't have this bug. If there is no other work around, is it possible to downgrade Pynac within sage or I have to downgrade the whole sage?
Okay, this really isn't a solution, but might serve as a temporary workaround-- you can't save formal functions, but you can convert them to maxima objects, and those can be saved.
So while we have
we're lucky enough to have
It's straightforward to bundle the above technique for these guys. Not everything can be converted seamlessly between Sage and maxima, so you might want to only convert some things, but you get the idea.
Asked: Dec 15 '11
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