# HG changeset patch
# User Carl Witty
# Date 1218350702 25200
# Node ID 46f0744466bb12987c2061cacd8fb1709a001996
# Parent e9365baed0c516966be1d5c3d195de9a5ffca383
Response to reviewer comments
diff -r e9365baed0c5 -r 46f0744466bb sage/misc/sage_input.py
--- a/sage/misc/sage_input.py Sat Aug 09 23:34:43 2008 -0700
+++ b/sage/misc/sage_input.py Sat Aug 09 23:45:02 2008 -0700
@@ -135,7 +135,10 @@
This is the prettiest output we're going to get, but let's make one
further refinement. Other \class{_sage_input_} methods, like the one
for polynomials, analyze the structure of SIEs; they work better (give
-prettier output) if negations are at the outside.
+prettier output) if negations are at the outside. If the above code were
+used for rationals, then \code{sage_input(polygen(QQ) - 2/3)} would produce
+\code{x + (-2/3)}; if we change to the following code, then we would get
+\code{x - 2/3} instead.
sage: def qq_sage_input_v4(self, sib, coerced):
... num = self.numerator()