*To*: debian-science@lists.debian.org*Subject*: Sagemath: wild experiments*From*: Julien Puydt <julien.puydt@laposte.net>*Date*: Wed, 04 Feb 2015 15:37:13 +0100*Message-id*: <54D22E99.2080909@laposte.net>

Hi, here is a more precise explanation of my experiments. First, let's see how I do a testing run :

(1) rm -rf sage-exp .local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sage* (cleaning the previous attempt) (2) cp -R sage.git sage-exp (getting the upstream source) (3) cd sage-exp (well...) (4) patch -p1 < ~/unbreak.patch (well...) (5) python ~/pruner.py (see below about that pruner script) (6) export MAKE="make -k -j 3" (not sure the -k is needed anymore) (7) export SAGE_ATLAS_LIB="/usr/lib" (not sure it's needed at all) (8) make ptestlong

libgap will not come from debian! cddlib will not come from debian! singular will not come from debian! jmol will not come from debian! 95 system packages will be used

Some packages need special tricks : - sagenb comes from the debian-science git repository ;

(require 'maxima) (in-package maxima) (set-pathnames) #$load(simplify_sum)$

You'll find attached everything needed to reproduce the above. Snark on #debian-science

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