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2017-11-14 18:55:42 +0100 | commented question | CoxeterGroup / coxeter3 trouble actually, yeah, that did work! That said, there's STILL no mention of Coxeter3 in dir(sage.libs), but suddenly everything works. I did not know the incantation "sage -b". Thanks so much! |

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2017-11-06 22:34:09 +0100 | commented question | CoxeterGroup / coxeter3 trouble aha! you are right, coxeter3 is NOT in dir(sage.libs)! I've done something wrong in the installation process, then. Thank you! Do you know whether there is a clear set of instructions, somewhere, for how to install an optional spkg? I had a lot of difficulty looking this up in the manual. |

2017-11-04 16:16:49 +0100 | asked a question | CoxeterGroup / coxeter3 trouble I'm having some trouble using the optional coxeter3 package - can somebody see what I'm doing wrong? I just built a clean version of sage 8.0, freshly cloned from github, on my ubuntu machine. Then I ran as one does; it installed with no errors. It seems to have worked: installed_packages(), for instance, has the line and there's a sage.libs.coxeter3 module in the namespace. But, for instance, when I try to use coxeter3 as per the instructions on the Coxeter Groups page in the sage documentation (can't provide a link as karma is too low), I get a RuntimeError: Any help is appreciated! I don't know enough even to start troubleshooting, though I tried the usual kinds of google searches and such. ===============
Maybe I can more precisely target my question. Where can I find a clear set of instructions for how to install the optional Coxeter3 spkg in a current sage build? ================
whereupon everything works - except that dir(sage.libs) still has no mention of Coxeter3, so I'm not sure what's up with that. For those following along at home: as far as I can see, the first command causes Coxeter3 to be forcefully reinstalled, regardless of what I did beforehand to mess things up; presumably the "-b" in the second command is "build" in some capacity. Thanks folks! |

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