SageMath external packages
A list of external packages for SageMath (spkg, pip-installable packages, etc).
- Please free to add more packages, links, notes to Meta-ticket #31164, which tracks the task of adding packages to Sage so that they appear in the spkg section of the Sage reference manual.
- Please do not duplicate information that is already available in the spkg section of the Sage reference manual.
- Use this list to add examples to the Code Sharing Workflow wiki page.
- Note also Chris Swierczewski's Creating External Sage Packages.
- With the SageMath sample package you will find a minimal example of a Sage package.
- See an April 2020 sage-devel thread on CI infrastructure options for external Sage packages.
- See Sage Trac: Surveying the mathematical software landscape
The single authoritative source for the packages integrated in the Sage distribution (SPKGs) is the SAGE_ROOT/build/pkgs/ directory. Each SPKG is represented by a subdirectory. The structure of these subdirectories is explained in the Developer's Guide.
Use the following shell commands below to access the information from the SAGE_ROOT/build/pkgs directory of your copy of Sage:
- Standard packages: ./sage -standard
- Installed packages: ./sage -installed
- Optional packages available: ./sage -optional
- Experimental packages available: ./sage -experimental
- Details about an SPKG: ./sage -info <SPKG>
For some advanced package tools, use ./sage -package
List of external packages
These packages are not (yet?) integrated in the SageMath distribution as SPKGs and have to be installed separately.
'''See Meta-ticket #31164.'''
See also https://github.com/slel/external-packages for another collection