1 | | I'm confused. What is the problem with renaming the current `p.domain()` to `p.list()`, and saying `p.list()` is going to return the list representation of the permutation (~~applied to the domain)? That's how it always was---jus~~t before, the domain was always [1...n]. In other words, if you aren't using the domain argument of the permutation group, p.list() does what it always has done. If you are using the domain argument, it makes sense that `p.list()` will speak in terms of the domain. |

| 1 | I'm confused. What is the problem with renaming the current `p.domain()` to `p.list()`, and saying `p.list()` is going to return the list representation of the permutation (in terms of the domain)? That's how it always was---but before, the domain was always [1...n]. In other words, if you aren't using the domain argument of the permutation group, p.list() does what it always has done. If you are using the domain argument, it makes sense that `p.list()` will speak in terms of the domain. |