From: Giacomo Boffi on 9 Apr 2010 05:28
Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes:
> Giacomo Boffi <giacomo.boffi(a)polimi.it> writes:
>> Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I am looking for ways to use a python file as a substitute for simple
>>> pen and paper calculations.
>> search("embedded calc mode") if manuel in emacs_fellows_set or sys.exit(1)
> Well, the subject does say python
and so i answered in python...
seriously, embedded calc mode is not mathematica's notebooks but is
usable for doing "live maths" in a text buffer
> I'm a vim-user anyways.
sorry... otoh, vim is scriptable in python. i know less than nothing
on this subject but i'd be surprised if something akin to your request
were not available
tanto ti ripiglio
non ho capito un apascio -- pp, tra se e se
From: Michael Torrie on 9 Apr 2010 14:38
On 04/08/2010 02:54 PM, Manuel Graune wrote:
> Well, the subject does say python and not elisp, but I'm a vim-user
Did you look at the link to Owen Taylor's reinteract program? I think
it's closer to what you want than any other thing mentioned here, with
the exception that it's a standalone GTK (graphical) app.
From: Manuel Graune on 10 Apr 2010 10:06
Michael Torrie <torriem(a)gmail.com> writes:
> Did you look at the link to Owen Taylor's reinteract program? I think
> it's closer to what you want than any other thing mentioned here, with
> the exception that it's a standalone GTK (graphical) app.
Yes, I did. And I think this program is a great lightweight alernative
to sage, which was mentioned in another post and would probably be
my preferred environment if I had complete freedom to set up my working
environment and would not need to exchange data with others or explain
how someone else is supposed to reuse my code/results in two years time.
Things being as they are, I am looking for a solution which works with
as few additional components as possible, so that a solution based on
a simple copy-and-paste class or decorator is preferable.
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called panic. Neal Stephenson -- System of the world
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