Why can't I install SAGE as a package in an existing Python environment, when every other python package can be used in this way? How is SAGE's bundled python interpreter different from a normal python interpreter?

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Why can't I install SAGE as a package in an existing Python environment, when every other python package can be used in this way? How is SAGE's bundled python interpreter different from a normal python interpreter?

Why can't I install SAGE as a package in an existing Python environment, when every other python package can be used in this way? How is SAGE's bundled python interpreter different from a normal python interpreter?

Why can't I install ~~SAGE ~~Sage as a package in an existing Python environment, when every other python package can be used in this way? How is ~~SAGE's ~~Sage's bundled python interpreter different from a normal python interpreter?

Why can't I install Sage as a package in an existing Python environment, when every other ~~python ~~Python package can be used in this way? How is Sage's bundled ~~python ~~Python interpreter different from a normal ~~python ~~Python interpreter?

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