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20150228 10:34:49 +0200  asked a question  Using from Python (breaking the monolith) Sage contains a many libraries (or Cython wrappers to libraries) that would be useful in other Python programs (to me anyway). So I would like to use some of them isolated from within Python programs. I understand that this is not easily possible. Is it still possible at all? This is actually not so much about how to use Sage from Python but about carving pieces out of the monolithic structure of Sage. (At the moment it seems like I have to implement all kinds of stuff from scratch which seems silly since much of it is already there.) Concretely: Among other things I want to compute with matrices that have entries in rings of Laurent series over finite fields. Now you will say: just write a Sage script rather than a Python script. So here are my reasons to prefer Python with isolated libraries (in increasing order of importance):
