Opened 9 years ago
Closed 15 months ago
#16567 closed enhancement (fixed)
Use libsingular for polynomial rings over function fields
Reported by:  Simon King  Owned by:  

Priority:  major  Milestone:  sage9.5 
Component:  commutative algebra  Keywords:  function field, libsingular 
Cc:  Martin Albrecht, Miguel Marco, Simon King, Dima Pasechnik, Stanislav Bulygin, Ben Hutz, Matt Torrence, Travis Scrimshaw, Jeroen Demeyer, JeanPierre Flori, Erik Bray, Alexander Galarraga  Merged in:  
Authors:  Miguel Marco  Reviewers:  Travis Scrimshaw 
Report Upstream:  N/A  Work issues:  
Branch:  6ce2bed (Commits, GitHub, GitLab)  Commit:  6ce2bedfabdf3f5fbf0f6b776baa222005e8de7a 
Dependencies:  Stopgaps: 
Description (last modified by )
Singular has polynomial rings over function fields. However, Sage makes no use of it:
sage: P.<a> = QQ[] sage: F = P.fraction_field() sage: type(F['x','y']) <class 'sage.rings.polynomial.multi_polynomial_ring.MPolynomialRing_polydict_domain_with_category'> sage: F = FunctionField(QQ,'a') sage: type(F['x','y']) <class 'sage.rings.polynomial.multi_polynomial_ring.MPolynomialRing_polydict_domain_with_category'>
Update:
This works now:
sage: F = PolynomialRing(QQ,'a').fraction_field() sage: R.<x,y> = F[] sage: F.inject_variables() Defining a sage: I = R.ideal([a*x+5*y^2, (1+a)/(1a)*x^33*y*x]) sage: I.groebner_basis() [x^3 + (3*a  3)/(a + 1)*x*y, y^2 + (a)/5*x]
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Change History (49)
comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by
Cc:  Martin Albrecht added 

Component:  PLEASE CHANGE → commutative algebra 
Description:  modified (diff) 
Keywords:  function field libsingular added 
Type:  PLEASE CHANGE → enhancement 
comment:2 Changed 9 years ago by
comment:3 followup: 4 Changed 9 years ago by
Looks like you want kernel/longtrans.h
:
/* * ABSTRACT: numbers in transcendental field extensions, i.e., in rational function fields */
comment:4 Changed 9 years ago by
Replying to malb:
Looks like you want
kernel/longtrans.h
:/* * ABSTRACT: numbers in transcendental field extensions, i.e., in rational function fields */
Thank you, Martin!
So far, I only found number (*nPar)(int i)
. If I understand correctly, it returns the i
th parameter as a number. But this would probably be cumbersome to use for transforming an element of a Sage function field resp. of a Sage quotient field of polynomial ring.
comment:5 Changed 9 years ago by
Seems like one actually needs to construct a number
by starting with nPar(i)
(which is a function pointer to ntPar
, IIUC) and conversion of integers, and then add, multiply and divide. Or is there a way to directly convert a polynomial in variables a,b,c
into a number in parameters a,b,c
? After all, there is this globally accessible ring nacRing
hosting numerator and denominator of a function field element.
comment:6 Changed 9 years ago by
I'd assume there should be a way to convert a polynomial to a number as these numbers are polynomials internally as far as I know. Maybe ask on libsingulardevel?
comment:7 Changed 9 years ago by
Branch:  → u/SimonKing/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields 

comment:8 Changed 9 years ago by
Cc:  Miguel Marco added 

Commit:  → d15c0ccfa463b18ae4742ea7ef2a50dbffe8b138 
Miguel asked me to push the basic steps that I did for this ticket.
All what works is to set up polynomial rings over "fraction fields of polynomial rings" as libsingular polynomial rings with parameters. What is missing is everything else. In particular: the element constructor must be modified so that elements of quotient fields of polynomial rings are converted into libsingular numbers.
New commits:
d15c0cc  Use libsingular for polynomial ring with parameters.

comment:9 Changed 8 years ago by
Milestone:  sage6.3 → sage6.4 

comment:10 Changed 16 months ago by
Branch:  u/SimonKing/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields → u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields 

comment:11 Changed 16 months ago by
Branch:  u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields → u/SimonKing/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields 

Ping!
I am trying (once again) to work on this. I also got to the point of creating the ring, and am stuck in the point of translating the coefficients.
I have started with conversion from sage coefficients to singular ones (the sa2si
function in singular.pyx
; but for some reason i don't understand, the generated .c code does not import the definitions from transext.h
.
comment:12 Changed 16 months ago by
Also, i am not sure if i am dealing with the pointers correctly. It could use some review freom someone with more c/cython experience.
comment:13 Changed 16 months ago by
Branch:  u/SimonKing/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields → /u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields 

Commit:  d15c0ccfa463b18ae4742ea7ef2a50dbffe8b138 → 69784190e03a32daeaa675709840ca30ebbf539d 
It's a little easier if the branch you're talking about is actually attached.
The cython docs for "cimport extern" is here:
It actually does say there that the extern declaration should let cython generate an #include "singular/polys/ext_fields/transext.h"
. However, cython with take it on blind fate that the cython declarations given in the block itself somehow correspond to something that makes sense in C, because cython will not generate any declarations to define the types you specify: the "extern" promises that this is somehow resolved (by the given include or something else). So you should probably check that the generated C file indeed has an #include
included. Otherwise, if you made a subtle typo compared with what's in C, the error would only arise in the C compiler, so you should probably carefully read the error that the C compiler generates and check that your spelling of everything matches up. Hope this helps?
comment:14 Changed 16 months ago by
Thanks for the answer!
I did check that: the generated .cpp file has this line
#include "singular/polys/ext_fields/transext.h"
and the file SAGE_LOCAL/local/include/singular/polys/ext_fields/transext.h
has the following declarations:
struct fractionObject { poly numerator; poly denominator; int complexity; }; typedef struct fractionObject * fraction;
So I still have no idea about what could be going on.
One possible guess is that the generated file is a .cpp
, that is, no pure C, but C++. Maybe some problem with scopes?
comment:15 Changed 16 months ago by
I think I finally got it. This branch seems to work.
Still needs some polishing (documentation, cleanup, and check that we are handling memory correctly... which means lots of testing).
So please be welcome to take a look and stresstest it.
comment:16 Changed 16 months ago by
Milestone:  sage6.4 → sage9.5 

comment:17 Changed 16 months ago by
Commit:  69784190e03a32daeaa675709840ca30ebbf539d → 136a89a19aa1e476447ea5c88a66e6accb530f77 

Description:  modified (diff) 
Status:  new → needs_review 
New commits:
3de10e6  Hacky solution for sa2si (coefficients that fit in int size only)

2d89757  Use mpz to create coefficients

64f4f57  Working implementation. Still needs cleanup, documentation, and checking for memory leaks

3d3419f  Fixed case with just one parameter

136a89a  Fix problem with several parameters introduced by previous fix

comment:18 followup: 19 Changed 16 months ago by
Cc:  Simon King Dima Pasechnik Stanislav Bulygin added 

Commit:  136a89a19aa1e476447ea5c88a66e6accb530f77 → 2989430b29afb1e5499a6af3723967092ab4224b 
I found a subtle bug:
sage: F = PolynomialRing(QQ,'t').fraction_field() sage: FA = FreeAlgebra(F, 6, 'x1,x2,x3,x4,x5,x6') sage: N = FA.g_algebra({FA.gen(j)*FA.gen(i):FA.gen(i)*FA.gen(j) for i in range(5) for j in range(i+1,6)}) sage: I = N.ideal([g^2 for g in N.gens()],side='twosided') sage: N.inject_variables() Defining x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x6 sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x3 + x2^2*x4) x1*x2*x3 + x2^2*x4
Note that it doesn't cancel out the square of x2
. It is very subtle, since:
sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x3) x1*x2*x3 sage: I.reduce(x2^2*x4) 0
that is, the summands are correctly reduced. Moreover
sage: I.reduce(x3*x2*x6 + x2^2*x4) x2*x3*x6 sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x4 + x2^2*x4) x1*x2*x4 + x2^2*x4 sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x5 + x2^2*x4) x1*x2*x5 sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x6 + x2^2*x4) x1*x2*x6 sage: I.reduce(x3*x2*x6 + x2^2*x4) x2*x3*x6 sage: I.reduce(x3*x2*x5 + x2^2*x4) x2*x3*x5
The bug only appears with a very precise set of possibilities for the summands.
It feels that it would be very hard to investigate this bug, but it doesn't appear in the previously affected fields:
sage: FA = FreeAlgebra(QQ, 6, 'x1,x2,x3,x4,x5,x6') sage: N = FA.g_algebra({FA.gen(j)*FA.gen(i):FA.gen(i)*FA.gen(j) for i in range(5) for j in range(i+1,6)}) sage: I = N.ideal([g^2 for g in N.gens()],side='twosided') sage: N.inject_variables() Defining x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x6 sage: I.reduce(x1*x2*x3 + x2^2*x4) x1*x2*x3
So this code doesn't really introduce a bug in previous functionalities.
New commits:
6271a79  Hack in plural.pyx to construct elements from numbers (through the base field)

2989430  Make coercion to base ring in plural less agresive

comment:19 followup: 20 Changed 16 months ago by
Replying to mmarco:
A hint might be that it doesn't happen whoth more that one parameter. So it might be related to how we treat that case (it is treated differently since by default univariate polynomial rings in sage are not wrapped around singular).
comment:20 Changed 16 months ago by
Replying to mmarco:
Replying to mmarco:
A hint might be that it doesn't happen whoth more that one parameter. So it might be related to how we treat that case (it is treated differently since by default univariate polynomial rings in sage are not wrapped around singular).
Sorry, this is not correct. The bug appears with several parameters as well.
comment:21 Changed 16 months ago by
We saw this "not reducing x^{2}" thing in #27508  a ticket that shows that we don't fully understand how linsingular works, and the only documentation on it is basically source code, or whatever you can extract from the upstream author...
comment:22 Changed 16 months ago by
Commit:  2989430b29afb1e5499a6af3723967092ab4224b → 50ac936b1477128b2676f8ec7b058caf403a78ae 

comment:23 Changed 16 months ago by
Cc:  Ben Hutz Matt Torrence added 

Commit:  50ac936b1477128b2676f8ec7b058caf403a78ae → e57f349e21bd48b00caa7cd18d5cfd96545f833e 
I am doing the final touches before it is ready, but running the whole test suite I got the following error:
sage t warnlong 67.8 randomseed=0 src/sage/schemes/generic/morphism.py ********************************************************************** File "src/sage/schemes/generic/morphism.py", line 1605, in sage.schemes.generic.morphism.SchemeMorphism_polynomial.specialization Failed example: f.specialization({alpha:5,beta:10}) Exception raised: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 694, in _run self.compile_and_execute(example, compiler, test.globs) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 1088, in compile_and_execute exec(compiled, globs) File "<doctest sage.schemes.generic.morphism.SchemeMorphism_polynomial.specialization[32]>", line 1, in <module> f.specialization({alpha:Integer(5),beta:Integer(10)}) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/dynamics/arithmetic_dynamics/generic_ds.py", line 334, in specialization F = self.as_scheme_morphism().specialization(D, phi, homset) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/schemes/generic/morphism.py", line 1618, in specialization phi = FractionSpecializationMorphism(self[0].parent(), D) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/rings/polynomial/flatten.py", line 663, in __init__ self._specialization = SpecializationMorphism(domain.base(), D) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/rings/polynomial/flatten.py", line 540, in __init__ raise NameError("argument " + str(var) + " is not a generator anywhere in the polynomial tower") NameError: argument (alpha) is not a generator anywhere in the polynomial tower ********************************************************************** File "src/sage/schemes/generic/morphism.py", line 1609, in sage.schemes.generic.morphism.SchemeMorphism_polynomial.specialization Failed example: f.specialization({alpha:5}).specialization({beta:10}) == f.specialization({alpha:5,beta:10}) Exception raised: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 694, in _run self.compile_and_execute(example, compiler, test.globs) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 1088, in compile_and_execute exec(compiled, globs) File "<doctest sage.schemes.generic.morphism.SchemeMorphism_polynomial.specialization[33]>", line 1, in <module> f.specialization({alpha:Integer(5)}).specialization({beta:Integer(10)}) == f.specialization({alpha:Integer(5),beta:Integer(10)}) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/dynamics/arithmetic_dynamics/generic_ds.py", line 334, in specialization F = self.as_scheme_morphism().specialization(D, phi, homset) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/schemes/generic/morphism.py", line 1618, in specialization phi = FractionSpecializationMorphism(self[0].parent(), D) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/rings/polynomial/flatten.py", line 663, in __init__ self._specialization = SpecializationMorphism(domain.base(), D) File "/home/mmarco/sage/local/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/rings/polynomial/flatten.py", line 540, in __init__ raise NameError("argument " + str(var) + " is not a generator anywhere in the polynomial tower") NameError: argument (alpha) is not a generator anywhere in the polynomial tower ********************************************************************** 1 item had failures: 2 of 35 in sage.schemes.generic.morphism.SchemeMorphism_polynomial.specialization [476 tests, 2 failures, 1.00 s]
Which actually comes from the behaviour of FlatteningMorphism? in src/sage/rings/polynomial/flatten.py
For some reason, it did work with the previous (pexpect) singular interface, but breaks with this branch. I will try to sort it out, but I am not sure it does make any mathematical sense to have this kind of morphisms.
I mean: If I understand correctly, the flattening morphism is suposed to be constructed from, say the ring QQ(a,b)[x,y] and the dictionary {a:3}, and will return a "morphism" from QQ(a,b)[x,y] to QQ(b)[x,y], given by substituting a=3.
But that is not defined for all elements of QQ(a,b)[x,y]:
sage: from sage.rings.polynomial.flatten import SpecializationMorphism sage: F = PolynomialRing(QQ,'a,b').fraction_field() sage: F.inject_variables() Defining a, b R.<x,y> = F[] sage: phi = SpecializationMorphism(R, {a:3}) sage: phi phi = SpecializationMorphism(R, {a:3}) phi Specialization morphism: From: Multivariate Polynomial Ring in x, y over Fraction Field of Multivariate Polynomial Ring in a, b over Rational Field To: Multivariate Polynomial Ring in x, y over Fraction Field of Univariate Polynomial Ring in b over Rational Field sage: el = (1/(3a))*x sage: el.parent() Multivariate Polynomial Ring in x, y over Fraction Field of Multivariate Polynomial Ring in a, b over Rational Field sage: phi(el) # booom!!  ZeroDivisionError Traceback (most recent call last) ... ZeroDivisionError: fraction field element division by zero
So, do you think this is ok to have (even if it is not really a morphism), or should we just eliminate it?
New commits:
7ba8fc5  Doctest the tail reduction fix

328dcc7  Make sure we are in the correct libsingular ring when creating the object

57d9d7d  Cleanup variables

e57f349  Make sure we free memory during coefficient creation

comment:24 Changed 16 months ago by
Cc:  Travis Scrimshaw Jeroen Demeyer JeanPierre Flori added 

Commit:  e57f349e21bd48b00caa7cd18d5cfd96545f833e → d2e4ff7722ff5a33240ea51928156b4980d62149 
Regardles of what we do with the previous "morphisms", this last patch solves the underlying issues (related to the fact that the same variable was represented differently depending on weather it was considered in the base field or in the polynomial ring).
All doctests pass in my machine, so I think it is ready for review.
New commits:
d2e4ff7  Make sure single variables are represented consistently, and fix doctests broken because of the change in representation

comment:25 Changed 16 months ago by
Commit:  d2e4ff7722ff5a33240ea51928156b4980d62149 → 58f528c55f996ccebf47dca3c8d7935476cb56d1 

Weighing on the goals of the FlatteningSpecialization framework.
The idea is that given a family of objects under some parameterization. It is incredibly useful to have a way to specialize to a specific member of that family (by choosing a value of one of the parameters). This is obtained in the .specialization() functions available for various objects. It is not at all surprising the you can choose parameter values for which the specialized member is not defined. The error returned to the user should be understandable in this case.
To implement this well, a number of structures needed to be created. The Flatenning structures take a stacked polynomial ring tower such as K[a,b][c,d] and create the polynomial ring K[a,b,c,d]. A value can then be substituted in for one of the variables as a specialization and the tower rebuilt with Unflattening.
So Flattening doesn't go from QQ[a,b][x,y] to QQ(b)[x,y] as mentioned above. Rather it just goes from Q[a,b][x,y] to QQ[a,b,x,y]. (How function fields are dealt with in specialization is a little more complicated, but essentially flattening the poly ring and specializing the numerator/denominator, then rebuilding correctly).
Looks like this issues mentioned were already resolved.
New commits:
58f528c  Clean unnecessary parenthesis in single variables.

comment:26 followup: 27 Changed 16 months ago by
Yes, I found that the reason that the previous fail was that the flattening process depended on the string representation of variables, and libsingular represents parameters in polynomial rinms with parenthesis. Changing that representation fixed that problem.
There was another problem caused by the fact that univariate polynomials are usually a sifferent class than multivariate ones. To make use of libsingular over rings with one parameter, a "multivariate" polynomial ring with just one variable has to be created. Then some subtlety in the way morphisms work ended giving the fraction field element constructor a list as an input, instead of an element. Adding that option to the element constructor fixed that second problem.
I see the usefulness of the specialization morphisms. My concerns is more a conceptual one, about them being no "real" morphisms in the mathematical sense when fraction fields are involved, since a morphism should be defined by all values of the domain. But it might be that the usefulness overwheights the mathematical inacuracy
comment:27 Changed 16 months ago by
Replying to mmarco:
I see the usefulness of the specialization morphisms. My concerns is more a conceptual one, about them being no "real" morphisms in the mathematical sense when fraction fields are involved, since a morphism should be defined by all values of the domain. But it might be that the usefulness overwheights the mathematical inacuracy
The domain of definition for such specializations would be some relevant local ring. I think it will be easier to handle these using a partial homomorphism as is done now. Perhaps a doctest and a comment on that these maps may be partial.
comment:28 Changed 16 months ago by
Ok then. Maybe that comment could be handled in a different ticket (maybe we could even try to implement localization rings)?.
This one already has plenty of code to review.
comment:29 Changed 16 months ago by
Cc:  Erik Bray added 

Commit:  58f528c55f996ccebf47dca3c8d7935476cb56d1 → 4a02d25877f187d78a0f748847daa580f27adda7 
comment:30 Changed 16 months ago by
Branch:  /u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields → u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields 

Commit:  4a02d25877f187d78a0f748847daa580f27adda7 → ecbcaf963d53e0e0e80822b98c20ec4e22007401 
comment:31 Changed 16 months ago by
I found that there was a branch problem with the branch name starting with a slash. I changes it and now git trac seems to work ok.
Sorry to those that had problems trying to check it out.
comment:32 Changed 15 months ago by
Some minor things:
 Not that it matters too much since they are
cdef
functions, but insi2sa_QQ
and similar methods, theINPUT:
andOUTPUT:
blocks should not be indented, and it should be ``_ ring``  a (pointer to) a singular ring, in whose coefficient field lives ``n``
 It would be nice to get rid of some of the blanklines between blocks in the documentation. For example, in
sa2si_transext_FF
.  These parentheses are extraneous:
if (nMapFuncPtr is NULL):
.  Is it possible to combine these
if
statements?They are checking all but the last condition, and I don't think a failure of the last one. Then remove the+ elif (isinstance(elem._parent, FractionField_generic) + and isinstance(elem._parent.base(), (MPolynomialRing_libsingular, PolynomialRing_field)) + if isinstance(elem._parent.base().base_ring(), RationalField): return sa2si_transext_QQ(elem, _ring) + elif isinstance(elem._parent.base().base_ring(), FiniteField_prime_modn): + return sa2si_transext_FF(elem, _ring)  elif isinstance(elem._parent, FractionField_generic) and isinstance(elem._parent.base(), (MPolynomialRing_libsingular, PolynomialRing_field)) and isinstance(elem._parent.base().base_ring(), RationalField):  return sa2si_transext_QQ(elem, _ring)   elif isinstance(elem._parent, FractionField_generic) and isinstance(elem._parent.base(), (MPolynomialRing_libsingular, PolynomialRing_field)) and isinstance(elem._parent.base().base_ring(), FiniteField_prime_modn):  return sa2si_transext_FF(elem, _ring)
else:
(but keeping theraise ValueError
of course). This makes it more clear about how the code should work.
comment:33 Changed 15 months ago by
Commit:  ecbcaf963d53e0e0e80822b98c20ec4e22007401 → 9424a24cb59f00c4fb0e19a2356dc208317a5b09 

Branch pushed to git repo; I updated commit sha1. New commits:
9424a24  Some minor reviewer's changes

comment:35 Changed 15 months ago by
Authors:  → Miguel Marco 

Reviewers:  → Travis Scrimshaw 
Setting the author so the patchbot will run.
comment:36 Changed 15 months ago by
Linter complains about an unused variable in a method for matrix groups, which is rewriten to use this interface in #19391.
Anyways, in the current implementation, that assignation is necesary to create the corresponding singular ring, even if the python variable is not used later. The linter is just not smart enough in this case.
comment:37 Changed 15 months ago by
Status:  needs_review → needs_work 

There are some failures reported by the patchbot:
sage t long randomseed=65607106580737169923545380617831998347 src/sage/dynamics/arithmetic_dynamics/projective_ds.py # 1 doctest failed sage t long randomseed=65607106580737169923545380617831998347 src/sage/combinat/root_system/non_symmetric_macdonald_polynomials.py # 1 doctest failed sage t long randomseed=65607106580737169923545380617831998347 src/sage/interfaces/expect.py # 2 doctests failed
comment:38 Changed 15 months ago by
I can't reproduce the error in pexpect or projective_ds.py (I suspect somehow the file i am testing is different from the one in the patchbot).
About the error in macdonald polynomials, I found that it is due to one function creating polynomials in x0, x1... and the other on x1, x2 ... Will look into it.
comment:39 Changed 15 months ago by
Cc:  Alexander Galarraga added 

By rebasing to the newest develop version, I can reproduce the error in src/sage/dynamics/arithmetic_dynamics/projective_ds.py
. It has to do with code added in #31994.
I am trying to debug it, but it is quite complicated. Adding the people involved in that ticket to cc for help.
comment:40 Changed 15 months ago by
I've traced the error to the affine_patch
function in src/sage/schemes/projective/projective_subscheme.py. The error is caused by code equivalent to the following
sage: T.<c,d> = QQ[] sage: F = FractionField(T) sage: R.<x,y,z> = F[] sage: Q = F['x', 'z'] sage: f = R(d*z^2 + c*y*z^2) sage: f((Q.gens()[0], 1, Q.gens()[1])) TypeError
My usual workaround here is to create a dictionary and attempt f.subs()
, however,
f.subs({x: Q.gens()[0], y: 1, z:Q.gens()[1]})
crashes Sage.
comment:41 Changed 15 months ago by
Commit:  9424a24cb59f00c4fb0e19a2356dc208317a5b09 → d412c7745d70cb9bb7b40e56eafd3ebb73d3692b 

comment:42 Changed 15 months ago by
Thanks for the hint. I could pinpoint the origin of both problems. This should solve it.
I still can't reproduce the error in expect.py
. Can somebody confirm it happens?
comment:43 Changed 15 months ago by
Status:  needs_work → needs_review 

comment:44 Changed 15 months ago by
One of the patchbot passes all tests, and complains only abut the unused variable (that is actually needed to prevent gargage collection). The other patchbots have what seem to be unrelated problems.
Is it ok to merge this in this state? or should I do some dummy operation with the variable to make pyflakes happy?
comment:45 Changed 15 months ago by
Status:  needs_review → positive_review 

Then it is a spurious error. I wouldn't worry about the pyflakes error. Thank you.
comment:46 Changed 15 months ago by
Status:  positive_review → needs_work 

On 32bit:
********************************************************************** File "src/sage/rings/polynomial/polydict.pyx", line 1628, in sage.rings.polynomial.polydict.ETuple.eadd Failed example: y^(2^32) Expected: Traceback (most recent call last): ... OverflowError: exponent overflow (...) Got: <BLANKLINE> Traceback (most recent call last): File "/var/lib/buildbot/slave/sage_git/build/local/var/lib/sage/venvpython3.9.7/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 694, in _run self.compile_and_execute(example, compiler, test.globs) File "/var/lib/buildbot/slave/sage_git/build/local/var/lib/sage/venvpython3.9.7/lib/python3.9/sitepackages/sage/doctest/forker.py", line 1088, in compile_and_execute exec(compiled, globs) File "<doctest sage.rings.polynomial.polydict.ETuple.eadd[6]>", line 1, in <module> y**(Integer(2)**Integer(32)) File "sage/rings/polynomial/multi_polynomial_libsingular.pyx", line 2467, in sage.rings.polynomial.multi_polynomial_libsingular.MPolynomial_libsingular.__pow__ (build/cythonized/sage/rings/polynomial/multi_polynomial_libsingular.cpp:23166) singular_polynomial_pow(&_p, self._poly, exp, _ring) OverflowError: Python int too large to convert to C unsigned long ********************************************************************** 1 item had failures: 1 of 8 in sage.rings.polynomial.polydict.ETuple.eadd [276 tests, 1 failure, 0.26 s]  sage t long randomseed=307417638528231788267817062701073757912 src/sage/rings/polynomial/polydict.pyx # 1 doctest failed 
comment:47 Changed 15 months ago by
Commit:  d412c7745d70cb9bb7b40e56eafd3ebb73d3692b → 6ce2bedfabdf3f5fbf0f6b776baa222005e8de7a 

Branch pushed to git repo; I updated commit sha1. New commits:
6ce2bed  Adapt overflow doctest to 32 bits

comment:49 Changed 15 months ago by
Branch:  u/mmarco/use_libsingular_for_polynomial_rings_over_function_fields → 6ce2bedfabdf3f5fbf0f6b776baa222005e8de7a 

Resolution:  → fixed 
Status:  positive_review → closed 
It is not a big deal to create the
MPolynomialRing_libsingular
with parameters. However, I need to find out how to create a Singularnumber
with parameters. Martin, can you give me a pointer to a relevant file of the Singular sources?