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Can I run SAGE in an editor

asked 2013-02-05 03:47:01 -0500

mcmeekin gravatar image

I was wondering if there is a way to use SAGE in an editor like Komodo. I only know how to run it using the terminal, but then if I want to write a lengthy program in SAGE I have to retype it line by line whenever I make a typo.

Also, can I store definitions I write using the SAGE library to be used later (like in python I could make a module)?

I'm using Python 2.7.2, OSX 10.6.8, Sage version 4.1.1 and I have Komodo Edit version 7.1.3.

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You can also use a program called cantor.

eric.c.kangas gravatar imageeric.c.kangas ( 2013-02-06 03:23:59 -0500 )edit

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answered 2013-02-05 04:07:47 -0500

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You can use it from Emacs, anyway. See sage-mode.

You can definitely make a new module for your own purposes; Sage is basically Python under the hood.

Also, you could in theory do the following (I do this very naive workflow sometimes).

  1. Open a Sage file in an editor, called foo.sage.
  2. Open a Sage session, and use attach /path/to/foo.sage to load it up.
  3. Make changes in foo.sage and save them, in your (still-open) editor.
  4. Since you used attach and not load, the changes should now show up (maybe after hitting return?).

Probably you are looking for something more sophisticated, but this does work.

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Okay great! I will try these things out and I'll post again if I have more questions. Thanks!

mcmeekin gravatar imagemcmeekin ( 2013-02-07 04:09:56 -0500 )edit

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