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20140629 03:13:14 +0100  marked best answer  Is it possible to get implicitly multiplied output? With
This works similarly for polynomials. Is it possible to set (or implement practically) an option that automatically postparses output to use implicit multiplication? For example,

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20101220 09:59:55 +0100  commented answer  working directory for load/attach Thanks for the correction, Felix! 
20101219 22:16:19 +0100  answered a question  working directory for load/attach Sage 4.6.1 will allow you to specify a 
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20101103 05:58:16 +0100  commented question  How to define a smart class using cython? Could you give some more information, e.g., examples, about your problem and what your class should do? 
20101027 23:22:55 +0100  commented answer  What features should we add to this site? It works. Thanks! 
20101023 07:01:35 +0100  answered a question  How to output from sage It's possible to redirect Note: Redirecting stdout will also send the Sage prompt And also by the way, you might find IPython's "magic" 
20101022 20:33:07 +0100  answered a question  What features should we add to this site? Would it be possible to include optionally the entire (unformatted) content of new questions, answers, and comments in the subscription emails? And possibly for updates, the before and after versions or a simple diff of the changes? edit: this should be working now, edited in the post so that you could see whether the feature works for you or not. 
20101018 07:01:18 +0100  commented question  GRE Math Subject Test Sample Question #1 Perhaps we could use a decorator to augment docstrings with "See Also:" or other sections. Could you post to sagedevel about your request? 
20101017 19:19:44 +0100  commented question  GRE Math Subject Test Sample Question #1 I think this is to avoid squashed plots, e.g., `parametric_plot((100*cos(x), sin(x)), (x, 0, pi), aspect_ratio=1)`. 
20101017 18:55:20 +0100  commented question  GRE Math Subject Test Sample Question #1 Should we use the plot option `aspect_ratio=1` here to make the semicircle appear more circular? 
20101016 23:55:05 +0100  answered a question  smith normal form RAM limits? Some additional data: On the main Sage development machine, a 24core Linux server with 128 GB of RAM, I get for example, after about one hour of crunching. According to According to 
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20101013 19:36:30 +0100  commented answer  latex((x1)/(x+1)) still broken We've merged several Pynac improvements and fixes, including one for the LaTeX fraction sign problem, into Sage 4.6.alpha3. 
20101013 19:26:43 +0100  answered a question  What is your favorite way to debug sage code? Testing MathJax: [\alpha\beta\gamma] 
20101013 19:23:20 +0100  answered a question  What is your favorite way to debug sage code? Here's one way to use Emacs' Grand Unified Debugger (GUD) with the Sage library:
Caveats:
I hope there's a better way! But with this approach, stepping into 
20101010 18:29:56 +0100  commented answer  Radical in the denominator? Mike, if you have the time, could you give us information about your build problem with 4.6.alpha3 on the sagerelease mailing list ( http://groups.google.com/group/sagerelease )? 
20101010 18:27:03 +0100  answered a question  Debian Binary Package Are you referring to the binaries available for download from one of the mirrors listed at here? We'd definitely like to distribute 32 and 64bit binaries for recent versions of Debian and the other major Linux distributions. It's a matter of people in the Sage community having the interest and enough time to make binaries, or to set up and keep uptodate virtual machines to which we can "farm out" the task. Unfortunately, at the moment, other tasks beckon. 
20100930 00:10:18 +0100  commented answer  complex exponential/trigonometric I've opened #10038 (http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/10038). 
20100929 07:12:31 +0100  answered a question  complex exponential/trigonometric This works for me in Sage 4.5.3: Perhaps there's a simpler way? I don't think we've wrapped Maxima's 
20100919 20:19:43 +0100  answered a question  where to get python coding tutorial for beginners link PDF They're not tutorials, but you might find one of the Python quick reference PDF files here useful. 
20100919 20:16:00 +0100  answered a question  Trying to install sage to SUSE 11.3 It should be OK to leave your system's Readline libraries in place. Recently, someone had success with Sage 4.5.2 on OpenSUSE 11.x with the suggestion described here. Are you installing a binary downloaded from a Sage mirror? If so, could you try this: and let us know what happens? If you're compiling from source, wait until the build fails, then try the steps above and restart the build. We're tracking this problem at ticket #9523. 
20100917 08:33:32 +0100  commented question  sublist of a given list of objects Also, please use more appropriate tags than 'help', 'urgent', and 'urgent_1'. There are examples at the 'tags' link above. 
20100917 07:17:16 +0100  commented answer  sub list like subsets You could also try, e.g., 'combinations([[1,2], [3,4,5], [6], [7,8,9]], 3)'. (See 'combinations?' for caveats.) There's also 'combinations_iterator'. 
20100915 18:28:18 +0100  commented answer  move sage server to host.edu/sage from host.edu That's great! 
20100914 04:16:06 +0100  edited answer  move sage server to host.edu/sage from host.edu You may be able to use Apache's A small example: I appended to You could also try this with a notebook server started with However, I don't how well this works with secure servers and URLs. You may need to tweak the configuration further. Please let us know! 