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  • Nov 11 2018 11:47

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    Test against Sage-8.4 Import scipy.integrate Merge pull request #167 from ab… (compare)

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Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
That sounds good to me. Are you in today? Otherwise tomorrow afternoon works for me.
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
Let's do tomorrow afternoon.
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
Okay sounds good. 1? 2?
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
Is 3 okay? I have a lunch meeting with someone in Bellevue so it'll take some time for me to get back here.
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
Works for me. I prefer my office since I am not much of a coffee drinker. See you then?
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
Sounds good.
See you then. I recommend taking a brief look at finite_sum.c before we meet. It should me self-explainatory. I also have a couple of minor improvements I want to implement since my C skills have improved since 2012.
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
I am looking at it now. My C skills have certainly not so this will be fun.
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
(For example, I didn't know back then that C99 allowed dynamic stack-allocated arrays.)
Ha ha. No worries. It's a very dumb language in the sense that you need to do a lot of things manually. It'll mostly be a bookkeeping exercise.
It might not hurt to write up some Maple tests beforehand. There is a philosophy called "test-driven development" where developers will write tests first before actually writing the code.
I'm pushing my tests and changes soon.
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
Okay I will take a look at it once you push.
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
I think for those derivative value tests we should put them in test_theta.py.
Maybe a couple under the TestMaple TestCase?
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
Yeah that sounds like a good place for them.
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
I've always wanted to do some numerical derivative approximations for additional testing but I've always had an aversion to long and messy formulas. :) One day, right? :)
I just have to say that I really appreciate working with you on this bit of Abelfunctions. Writing for it has been really lonely over the past few years. Writing code with other people is much more fun than writing code alone.
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
@jupsal I'm checking out for now. I'm going to update the PR so that it encompasses the radius calculation as well as the actual derivative calculation we'll implement tomorrow.
Jeremy Upsal
@jupsal
Sorry messages weren't showing up on my screen! I will take a look at stuff soon and see you tomorrow!
Chris Swierczewski
@cswiercz
No worries. See you then.
Ian Stuart
@perllaghu
Afternoon folks.
I'm trying to install AbelFunctions into a Jupyter notebook (derived from jupyter/scipy-notebook, version-locked to the last version before Jupyter removed Python 2.7)
The sage setup commands want SAGE_ROOT set, however I've just been using the Conda Sage libraries, so there is no full Sage install...
Do I need to install the full SageMath package (given users only have access to notebooks, this is going to have to be installed in the notebook.....)
Samuel Lelièvre
@slel
Hello, I just sent a pull request to change the recommended installation method. Please review: https://github.com/abelfunctions/abelfunctions/pull/169/files
Also I am planning to work on making abelfunctions Python3-compatible, would you be interested in reviewing the corresponding upcoming pull requests?
Robert Parini
@rparini
Hey, thanks, I’ll take a look at your pull request.
Python 3 still seems like it’s not really supported in Sage (according to their FAQ it’s “experimental”) but I’d welcome pull requests that add python 3 compatibility so long as it doesn’t break compatibility with python 2.
Robert Parini
@rparini
Ideally this would also add python 3 to the test suite but I don't know if sage hosts any pre-built sage binaries with python 3 that we could use? Travis CI times out after 50 mins and building sage from scratch before running the tests would take too long.
Samuel Lelièvre
@slel
Hi @rparini thanks for taking a look. In fact Sage is now almost Python3 -ready, while still Python2-compatible, see Sage Trac ticket 26212: "py3: make all tests pass". We should update the FAQ entry you refer to: http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/faq/faq-usage.html#can-i-use-sagemath-with-python-3-x
There is a Python3-based Sage Docker image, see sagemath-dev-py3 at https://hub.docker.com/u/sagemath/
Shashank G Markande
@g_markande_twitter
Hi Chris! Does abelfunctions/abelfunctions take in algebraic equations with coefficients in the field of complex numbers?
Robert Parini
@rparini
@g_markande_twitter Did you get anywhere with this? I couldn't get this working myself so I've opened an issue on GitHub here: #186