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SageMath code auto-formatting

asked 2021-06-15 15:19:12 +0200

Bakerbakura gravatar image

Hello there!

Are there any known code formatters for SageMath code, such as yapf and black are for Python code? If not, is it possible to make a fork of, say, yapf which recognises the special SageMath syntax? It makes sense that this would be possible since SageMath code is essentially an extension of Python; however I have no idea how one would go about actually doing so.

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answered 2021-06-15 15:29:20 +0200

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If you plan do write programs within a few files, you can use Python tools as such code will be pure Python. The "special Sagemath syntax" is made possible by the preparser, which is intended to be used in interactive mode (command line and notebooks), not within a serious program. Note that the source code of Sage itself is made of pure Python and Cython, it is not preparsed.

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