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2021-07-17 20:48:05 +0200 | commented question | set_trace() analog for Sage It's no use I think. Good to have pdb when you run file like sage file.sage. But I tried and it is standard pdb without |

2021-07-17 20:46:06 +0200 | edited question | AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load I've calculated Groebner Basis with sage and |

2021-07-17 20:45:17 +0200 | edited question | AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load I've calculated Groebner Basis with sage and |

2021-07-17 20:44:42 +0200 | asked a question | AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load AttributeError when load object (ideal and groebner basis) with numpy.load I've calculated Groebner Basis with sage and |

2021-07-14 15:24:39 +0200 | asked a question | set_trace() analog for Sage set_trace() analog for Sage In sage one can use import pdb;pdb.set_trace() or in case of tests: import pytest; pytest.s |

2021-07-06 14:34:27 +0200 | marked best answer | How to check that field is Number Field Suppose I have field How to programmatically check that this field is Number Field? Something like |

2021-07-06 12:48:17 +0200 | edited question | How to check that field is Number Field How to check that field is Number Field Suppose I have field FF: sage: FF Number Field in z with defining polynomial t^ |

2021-07-06 12:48:04 +0200 | edited question | How to check that field is Number Field How to check that field is Number Field Suppose I have field `FF``: sage: FF Number Field in z with defining polynomial |

2021-07-06 12:47:47 +0200 | asked a question | How to check that field is Number Field How to check that field is Number Field Suppose I have field `FF``: ``` sage: FF Number Field in z with defining polyn |

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2020-06-01 22:49:28 +0200 | commented question | Get point coordinates of curve over number field @tmonteil, I've added P.S. with details |

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2020-06-01 14:56:20 +0200 | asked a question | Get point coordinates of curve over number field Suppose I have equation of curve and I know that there is a point with is x-coordinate of some point of How to properly get y-coordinate of It is not as easy as it seems because of conversion problems. My workaround is as following: and it doesn't seem right. Are there more elegant way of doing it? P.S. But it was done in another place so I have no direct access to |

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2020-04-16 21:32:49 +0200 | asked a question | SageMath support in Jedi (hence in jedi-vim) I want to make jedi (autocompletion, static analysis and refactoring library for python) to understand Sage code. I want to integrate it with vim via jedi-vim but there are plenty of other editors\IDEs with support of jedi There is a discussion with some evidence of possibility of that combo:
But I cannot figure out what should I do to make it work. P.S. It seems that there are some successes on the subject with different approaches: PyCharm (windows) and Vscode. |

2020-04-10 15:12:00 +0200 | asked a question | LSP (Language Server Protocol) support for SageMath There are plenty kind of language servers for Python: LSP (palantir, sourcegraph, microsoft), jedi, rope and etc.
There are a lot of editors (almost any) and IDE with support of that kind of language servers. Question is: are there some adaptations of that solutions to SageMath (which is heavily based on Python and translated to Python)? Or may be some standalone solution for SageMath? P.S. It is looked as there is evidence of some success with jedi-vim, but I cannot reproduce it at the moment. |

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2020-04-05 20:27:28 +0200 | asked a question | Diamond brackets <> and square brackets [] notations Are there some documentation on diamond bracket notation:
and square bracket notation:
There is some documentation in Constructors for polynomial rings docs but it looks superficial on this topic. Are there some complete explanation with all the details behind the scene? Is it only for polynomial rings or for some other objects? Is it SageMath addition? |

2020-01-25 23:49:53 +0200 | marked best answer | Is it possible to run (may be partially) Sage with Python 3? I want to run sage with python3. I know that it isn't fully ported, but I want to use already ported functionality and hope it cover my needs. One particular reason is my necessity to use P.S. I found third workaround which seems to be working. |

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