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6288 %lisp mode on the command line doesn't work. why? was was "{{{
> Another thing that does not work is ""sage -
> lisp"" which gave the clisp prompt. I found this rather convenient
> since I could just use the clisp within sage. Is there any plan/
> interest to switch the this lisp interface to ecl? Does ecl use
> readline?
For now you can at least start sage then type
sage: !ecl
to start ecl. It appears to not make any use of ecl. I don't know if this is just
a compilation problem or an ecl limitation.
The Sage <--> lisp interface already works fine:
sage: lisp.eval('(+ 2 3)')
'5'
I'm not sure why %gap works but not %lisp:
sage: %lisp
ERROR: Magic function `lisp` not found.
sage: %gap
--> Switching to Gap <--
gap:
}}}
" defect closed major sage-6.1 interfaces fixed Mike Hansen, Frédéric Chapoton Frédéric Chapoton, Mike Hansen N/A u/chapoton/6288 858adf2b9d70cd827cab3d7f221db5e3b883e8d6