Sage is a free open-source mathematics software system licensed under

the GPL. It combines the power of many existing open-source packages

into a common Python-based interface.

Mission: Creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma,

Maple, Mathematica and Matlab.

Sage can be used in several ways: through an interactive command line,

by writing stand-alone scripts, through the graphical notebook

interface in a browser, or through the KDE Cantor application (part

of a full Slackware installation).

Building sage requires >12GB of disk space, so you may need to

redefine $TMP and/or $OUTPUT.

Note that the build will likely spit out many "zero length file" errors,

which can safely be ignored.

See README.BUILDOPTS for additional (important) information about

build options and such. Specifically, if you do not move the installation

directory via a specification of SAGEROOT, you may need to do something

like

source /etc/profile.d/sage.ch

so make sure the binary is in your path.

This package does not include the doc files. Those can be found at doc.sagemath.org.

NOTE:

If you have ATOM processors, you need to run this command prior building:

export OPENBLAS_CONFIGURE="TARGET=ATOM"

Maintained by: Christopher L Duston

Keywords: math,mathematics,algebra,python,gap,gp,singular,maxima,matlab,mathematica,magma,maple,sage,asymbolic algebra

ChangeLog: sage

**Homepage:**

http://www.sagemath.org

sage-9.1.tar.gz (35e0ecbc6cc2ae4e1a68479598e70b7a)

**Download SlackBuild:**

sage.tar.gz

sage.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

*(the SlackBuild does not include the source)*

Individual Files: |

• README |

• README.BUILDOPTS |

• doinst.sh |

• profile.d |

• sage-notebook.desktop |

• sage.SlackBuild |

• sage.info |

• slack-desc |

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