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Avoid recompilation of .spyx file

asked 2018-03-09 18:43:39 +0200

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I have a script I am running many times with a .spyx file. Unfortunately each compilation creates a large temporary file, and these are eating up my disk quota so it now no longer runs. What do I do to avoid this situation? Ideally I compile once and sage uses that for all executions.

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This is weird. Sage should clean up the previous compilation. Which version are you using?

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answered 2018-03-10 11:13:00 +0200

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If you want to compile once and for all you need to construct a proper Python module. You would first have to make the .spyx file a .pyx file (that is a Cython file) and write a simple file. The only difference between .spyx and .pyx is that you have to write the import statements for the various objects you are using. Next, for the you can have a look at cython compilation.

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