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Using sagesilent LaTeX command

asked 2013-08-31 21:18:08 +0200

gabrielh gravatar image

Hello all,

I'm trying to make a piece of code using SageTex, and saw that the problem really comes down to this:

\newcommand{\test}[1] { \begin{sage silent} #1 \end{sagesilent} }

\test{f = sin(x) - 1}

(please note, I have added a blank space in the begin{sage silent} as the editor of this piece of code would otherwise give some weird result. hope you don't mind...)

This gives then the following error:

Runaway argument ? File ended while scanning use of \next.

What am I doing wrong here? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

All the best, Gabriel

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answered 2013-08-31 21:33:49 +0200

kcrisman gravatar image

Unfortunately, it seems this is a known problem in SageTeX. See this TeX.SX question, among others. The answer to this by the author of SageTeX on a Sage group is not that encouraging since it's a TeX limitation, but there are some potential workarounds that don't involved \newcommand in that thread.

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