1 | initial version |

Note that `%attach`

also accept relative paths, so instead of changing where your files are, you can change where sage is started from. Assume that the `sage`

command belongs to your path (e.g. by symlinking it from `/usr/local/bin/sage`

), you just go to your favorite working directory and type:

```
sage: %attach my_file.sage
```

Depending on where you are, th following also works:

```
sage: %attach ../my_file.sage
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

Note that `%attach`

also accept relative paths, so instead of changing where your files are, you can change where sage is started from. Assume that the `sage`

command belongs to your path (e.g. by symlinking it from `/usr/local/bin/sage`

), you just ~~go to ~~run sage from your favorite working directory and type:

```
sage: %attach my_file.sage
```

Depending on where you are, th following also works:

```
sage: %attach ../my_file.sage
```