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large html.table

I have noticed this strange behavior:

when I try to print a large table such as

html.table([['x' for j in range(10)] for k in range(1000)])


in the output I have

WARNING: Output truncated!
full_output.txt
...


followed by a portion of the table, and the link to the file "full_output.txt" open up a page with the html code of the table. So far it is ok. But if I try to change the table in the same cell, as for example

html.table([['y' for j in range(10)] for k in range(1000)])


the file "full_output.txt" does not change: I still see the output of the previous command with a table whose entries are all 'x' and not 'y'.

It seams that once the file "full_output.txt" is created it is not modified by the following commands on the same cell. (note that in a different cell the output is correct only the first time I run it)

Can anyone reproduce this?

('Sage Version 5.10, Release Date: 2013-06-17', firefox 23.0, osx 10.6.8)

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large html.table

I have noticed this strange behavior:

when I try to print a large table such as

html.table([['x' for j in range(10)] for k in range(1000)])


in the output I have

WARNING: Output truncated!
full_output.txt
...


followed by a portion of the table, and the link to the file "full_output.txt" open up a page with the html code of the table. So far it is ok. But if I try to change the table in the same cell, as for example

html.table([['y' for j in range(10)] for k in range(1000)])


the file "full_output.txt" does not change: I still see the output of the previous command with a table whose entries are all 'x' and not 'y'.

It seams that once the file "full_output.txt" is created it is not modified by the following commands on the same cell. (note that in a different cell the output is correct only the first time I run it)

Can anyone reproduce this?

('Sage Version 5.10, Release Date: 2013-06-17', firefox 23.0, osx 10.6.8)