1 | initial version |

I guess this is a bug, since the documentation do not restrict the use of `init.sage`

to the command line. Thanks for reporting.

A workaround could be to add the following line at the beginning of your worksheet:

```
import os ; load(os.environ['SAGE_STARTUP_FILE'])
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

I guess this is a bug, since the documentation do not restrict the use of `init.sage`

to the command line. Thanks for ~~reporting.~~reporting. Note that it works on the jupyter notebook, only the Sage notebook is affected.

A workaround could be to add the following line at the beginning of your worksheet:

```
import os ; load(os.environ['SAGE_STARTUP_FILE'])
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

I guess this is a bug, since the documentation do not restrict the use of `init.sage`

to the command line. Thanks for ~~reporting. ~~reporting, it is now trac ticket 20042. Note that it works on the jupyter notebook, only the Sage notebook is affected.

A workaround could be to add the following line at the beginning of your worksheet:

```
import os ; load(os.environ['SAGE_STARTUP_FILE'])
```

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