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20201207 10:58:01 +0200  commented question  how to install Fricas in SageMath 9.2 W10? What do you mean "it looks like the installation process will never stop"? What is it doing? It could be there is a bug in the dependency resolution causing it to rebuild dependencies that it shouldn't. But even if that's the case just let it run its course. 
20201118 15:00:33 +0200  commented question  Unknown installation error in Windows It could also be a CPU incompatibility. Sage for Windows is compiled with the current maximum level of CPU compatibility but there could be some outliers, or if it's a very new CPU it might break MPIR or something. 
20201118 14:59:20 +0200  commented answer  Unknown installation error in Windows
It's not. They probably have BLODA 
20201118 14:58:10 +0200  commented question  Unknown installation error in Windows Chances are good you have BLODA. In particular some antivirus software is known to interfere with, or even delete files from Sage's installation since it's full of falsepositives. 
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20201012 16:06:18 +0200  commented question  Use of threejs and jmol in sage 9.1 for windows Possible duplicate of https://ask.sagemath.org/question/461... 
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20200831 14:46:39 +0200  commented question  Running sage (8.9) from command line (Windows) Out of curiosity why do you want to do this? Sage is a UNIXbased program and not really designed to work well in the Windows cmd shell, as you can tell from the ugly colors alone. I also can't promise that various things like keyboard commands will work well. Is there some other underlying goal? If so, perhaps there is a better way to achieve that goal. 
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20200803 16:18:08 +0200  commented answer  Running VIM inside Sage Shell See the documentation for the 
20200803 16:06:55 +0200  answered a question  SageMath 9.1 for Windows Sage 9.1 for Windows was released last week: https://github.com/sagemath/sagewind... Sorry for the long delay on this one. 
20200803 16:06:20 +0200  commented question  SageMath 9.1 for Windows @Emmanual Charpentier: The information in your last comment is a bit inaccurate. There have been SageMath for Windows releases for some time now: https://wiki.sagemath.org/SageWindows I know you know this because you directly referred to it. But it is what is meant by "SageMath for Windows". The fact that it uses Cygwin is a technical detail not relevant to most users (although sometimes good to be aware of for more intermediate users, especially when it comes to understanding how it maps UNIX paths to Windows paths and viceversa). @Masacroso: It shouldn't usually take several months, but right now I'm the only one building the Windows installer releases and I had some setbacks in my ability to build the 9.1 release. Usually it should be out within a week or so of the source release 
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20200619 14:48:46 +0200  edited question  Plotting Fermat' s Spiral, which requires polar coordinates, r=2theta Try Plotting Fermat' s Spiral, which requires polar coordinates, r=2theta? 
20200619 14:47:56 +0200  edited question  find the root of tan(x) Find the root of Tan(x)? 
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20200204 15:24:15 +0200  commented question  Other than "Jupyter Notebook", is there any other way to use Sage? You can find instructions for configuring PyCharm with sage here: https://ask.sagemath.org/question/397... 
20200203 16:28:48 +0200  commented answer  Sagemath and Vscode ... I was able to run the interpreter. But I think there should be a better way. And it doesn't seem to work for commands like "Python: Start REPL". I need to reverse engineer how the Python extension searches for activate scripts, such as when it activates virtualenvs and conda envs, and see if the same mechanism can be used to load a sageenv. This issue also seems to be a problem: https://github.com/microsoft/vscodep... It might be best for a Sage environment to change the default shell to the bash that comes with Sage, but I don't know how to do that yet. Still figuring out how to configure VSCode and some of it is very confusing... 
20200203 16:26:21 +0200  commented answer  Sagemath and Vscode I don't think that's really the problem. I was able to set up a workspace where I set 
20200203 14:09:06 +0200  commented answer  Sagemath and Vscode I'm not exactly sure what you mean here: "it's not able to detect Sage's Python executable because VSCode uses 
20200203 14:06:15 +0200  commented question  Problem with %attach for SageMath 9.0 on Windows 10 with .spyx files Could you please post a piece of sample code which reproduces the problem for you? I can reproduce the problem with 8.9, but not with 9.0. 
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20200131 18:27:10 +0200  commented answer  Updating Sage in Windows 10 Hi, I'm not sure what you intended exactly by this answer but it appears to be misleading. Sage on Windows uses Cygwin. MinTTY is just a terminal emulator that is included in Cygwin, and is also the terminal emulator used by default when running Sage for Windows. 
20200131 18:25:24 +0200  answered a question  Updating Sage in Windows 10 I forgot about this question, but just as a quick followup Jesus and I met last week at the University of Essex and I walked him through building Sage on Windows/Cygwin using the instructions at: https://trac.sagemath.org/wiki/Cygwin... As we noted at the time, one bit of information currently missing from those instructions is to set:
This is just to work around a slight defect in the build system that should get fixed at some point... 
20200131 18:21:37 +0200  commented question  Problem with %attach for SageMath 9.0 on Windows 10 with .spyx files I tried it on 9.0 and it does appear to be fixed. Compiling the spyx module is a little slowslower than it should be for some reasonbut it works. 
20200131 18:13:54 +0200  commented question  Problem with %attach for SageMath 9.0 on Windows 10 with .spyx files Have you tried 9.0? I believe this problem may be fixed in 9.0. 
20200131 18:11:30 +0200  commented question  Download Ver 8.9 Where did you look? When you go to the download page and select a mirror and OS, each page lists old versions. 
20200131 18:10:09 +0200  edited question  Download Ver 8.9 I need to download SageMath8.9 for a class, but online, the only version I can find for download is 9.0. Where can I download 8.9? Thanks. I need version 8.9 for a class, but I can only find links to download 9.0 online. Where can I find a download for 8.9? Thanks. 
20200131 18:09:29 +0200  commented answer  Sagemath and Vscode Well done. Shame about the patch to tornado; I don't see another way around it until/unless it's fixed upstream. One thing I'm a bit confused by: You seem to mention that VSCode comes with its own Python into which you can install Jupyter Notebook, and indeed you mention pip installing Jupyter. But then you say you're running the Jupyter Notebook that comes with Sage, so the previous copy of notebook is never actually used as far as I can tell...unless you're just using Sage Notebook to start the kernel? It would be easier if you copied the sage/kernel.json to somewhere else (not modifying the Sage installation, which is a bit dangerous), and instead installed a copy of that kernel directly into the jupyter notebook you installed on your system kernel. Should work. 
20200123 16:45:28 +0200  commented answer  Attempting to enrich quiver class yields "unexpected keyword argument" error This is basically correct, and passing an arbitrary

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20200113 13:05:17 +0200  commented answer  Working with units astropy also has a very powerful units and quantities package which took much of its original inspiration from Pint. Actually, lately they've been converging more and more again on shared functionality (thanks in part to recent updates to Numpy making propagation of units easier)I wonder if one day it will be possible for them to converge, rather than maintaining separate projects. Though 
20200113 13:00:59 +0200  edited question  Generating and evaluating a polynomial I woud like to create a polynomial P(x) = 1 + x + x^2 + ...... + x^50 and evaluate it for different values of x. What would be a good way to do this without entering it by hand. Thank you! I am very new to Sage. I would like to create a polynomial and evaluate it for a certain x say x=1.00001 The polynomial is: P(x) = 1 + x + x^2 + ..... + x^50 Thank you for the help! 
20200109 14:58:21 +0200  commented answer  Problem importing Sage library in Python script on Windows If you can be more specific about what exactly you tried to do and where you got stuck I might be able to give a more precise answer. 
20200109 14:57:57 +0200  commented answer  Problem importing Sage library in Python script on Windows SageMath is really two things: There's what's referred to sometimes as "sagelib": the actual 
20200109 12:10:57 +0200  answered a question  Problem importing Sage library in Python script on Windows I'm not sure what you mean exactly by "using Sage in a Python script". You didn't really provide any details. Sage has always traditionally included its own Python interpreter, and so using Sage meant you'd have to run the Python interpreter that comes with Sage (if you're at all familiar with conda as you say, this is a little like having its own conda environment). The folks who've packaged Sage for conda make that a little more transparent, since you can now install sage directly in a conda environment. But either way it's effectively similar.
You will need to run it with the Python interpreter that comes with Sage. If you have additional dependencies, as I wrote, this is a complete Python environment so you can pip install them using Sage's Python.
Because Sage on Windows depends on Cygwin, and there is no official Cygwin target for conda. There could be, and it's something I would like there to be, but it would be a large effort for which there is currently no support.
Not necessarily but it is a little tricky. Search this site for other questions like this one where I explain how to use Sage in PyCharmagain it's not all that different from using a virtualenv; still just a little trickier. If you have any good ideas for how to make this easier I'm all for it.
I noticed also there were some problems with some connection problems with some of the mirrors yesterday. Try just running Sage is a complex beast: Its large set of nonstandard and/or tightlypinned dependencies makes it nontrivial to install and use compared to a normal Python package. People have been working hard for years to make that easier (see, again, your success with conda) but this is not easy. You're welcome to lend a hand if you have any insights. 