2018-06-27 07:32:51 +0200 | answered a question | Pari error when factoring polynomial This is a known (but fixed) bug in PARI/GP: https://pari.math.u-bordeaux.fr/cgi-b... If you know how to patch Sage, applying https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/25567 will fix it. |

2018-06-19 09:57:16 +0200 | answered a question | PARI/GP error in wrapping custom-defined PARI functions in Sage using the command gp.set() Instead of saying "it shows a PARI/GP error", show the actual error that you see. That makes it easier for people to answer your question, increasing the changes of getting a reply. See also https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~s... |

2018-03-01 17:13:57 +0200 | answered a question | SageMath and interact / ipywidgets with jupyter And I forgot the obvious: clear your browser cache! You might be using a cached newer version of the widgets JavaScript. |

2018-03-01 10:02:56 +0200 | commented question | SageMath and interact / ipywidgets with jupyter Just something to try: does the working directory make a difference? Could you try running the Sage-Jupyter-in-anaconda from the Sage root directory? |

2017-11-13 14:04:01 +0200 | answered a question | using sage library in C or C++? I obviously don't know your exact use case. First of all, this has nothing to do with Sage, it is really a Python question. Embedding Python in C is explained here: https://docs.python.org/2/extending/e... Alternatively: instead of using Sage in your C/C++ program, you could reverse this and use your C/C++ program inside Sage. That is relatively easy using Cython. |

2017-10-22 22:56:44 +0200 | answered a question | UnicodeDecodeError when doing nothing with strings This is a known IPython problem: https://github.com/ipython/ipython/pu... |

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2017-09-29 13:03:17 +0200 | commented question | Leaving the slider value editable Note that the @interact implementations from the legacy Sage notebook (SageNB), SageCell and Jupyter are all different and independent. So, it is very well possible that things work with one implementation, but not the other. I just tried your examples in Jupyter, and they both work for me. |

2017-09-29 12:45:44 +0200 | answered a question | sage LD_LIBRARY_PATH I think the easiest solution is to install your library and bindings inside the Sage environment instead of in which will drop you in a "Sage shell". Now, install your stuff in For a Python project, plain |

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2017-09-28 17:37:36 +0200 | answered a question | Displaying images with matplotlib Easy: use |

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2015-11-05 17:41:53 +0200 | answered a question | Unhandled SIGSEGV in Sage 6.8 Could it be that you're running out of memory and Sage doesn't handle this properly? |

2014-02-16 04:53:48 +0200 | answered a question | Save and retrieving my data See the help for |

2014-02-16 04:48:03 +0200 | commented question | Flint compile error sage libgmp (.so.11) clash with installed one '.so.10' Please format such reports as code, to make them more readable. |

2014-02-16 04:47:44 +0200 | answered a question | Flint compile error sage libgmp (.so.11) clash with installed one '.so.10' It seems like something in Sage broke your C compiler. What was the last package to install successfully before FLINT failed (see logs/install.log for that)? From the Sage root directory, what is the output of |

2014-02-16 04:38:03 +0200 | answered a question | resultant and gcd over real ? If you define your polynomial ring as follows, it does work: |

2014-02-16 04:33:12 +0200 | answered a question | question about hilbert_class_polynomial What matters is not the polynomial, but the field extension defined by the polynomial. So probably both answers are correct, in the sense that they both define the same field. |

2014-02-09 06:10:31 +0200 | commented question | build sage without documentation `make -j8` doesn't work for the documentation, since the documentation doesn't actually use `make`. `MAKE="make -j8" make` does work in all cases (because we can read the environment variable `MAKE` from Python). |

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2014-02-05 04:48:42 +0200 | answered a question | Accessing resources from another project It works for me. Adding a directory to |

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2014-01-29 14:10:01 +0200 | answered a question | AttributeError: 'NumberFieldFractionalIdeal' object has no attribute 'ray_class_number' Version 5.12 of Sage is too old. This functionality was only added to Sage 5.13. |

2014-01-29 09:33:49 +0200 | commented question | sage.libs.pari.gen.PariError: (5) You should enter the *complete* command which failed (what are K and G?) |

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