This page is intended for users. Developers, see Trac.

Possibly more clear lists of spkg's are on http://files.sagemath.org/spkg/.

Trac (the wiki) provides minimal information in regards to "dependencies" (upstream).

The Sage Developer Guide includes some information on including packages into the source code.

SPKGs

Update this table based on https://git.sagemath.org/sage.git/tree/build/pkgs.

Spkg

Upstream Weblink

Includes a spkg-src? (NY = updates manually)

Purpose

Standard?

4ti2

http://www.4ti2.de/

NY

A software package for algebraic, geometric, combinatoric problems on linear spaces

Optional

alabaster

http://alabaster.readthedocs.io/

NY

Default theme for Sphinx

Standard

appnope

https://github.com/minrk/appnope

NY

Disables App Nap on OSX 10.9

Standard

arb

https://arblib.org/ http://github.com/fredrik-johansson/arb/

NY

C library for arbitrary-precision interval arithmetic

Standard

atlas

http://math-atlas.sourceforge.net/

(AUTO UPDATES PER INSTALL)

Linear Algebra (packages)

Optional

autotools

https://www.gnu.org/software/automake/

(AUTO UPDATES PER INSTALL)

GNU Build System

Optional

babel

http://babel.pocoo.org/

NY

Internationalization utilities

Standard

backports_abc

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/backports_abc

NY

Backports "collections.abc" (PyPi)

Standard

backports_shutil_get_terminal_size

PyPi

NY

A backport of the get_terminal_size function from Python 3.3's shutil.

Standard

backports_ssl_match_hostname

PyPi

NY

The ssl.match_hostname() function from Python 3.5

Standard

beautifulsoup

https://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/

?

Screen-scraping library (sits atop html/xml parser)

"pip"

benzene

? Assuming http://www.grinvin.org/

NY

Efficient generation of all nonisomorphic fusenes and benzenoids

Optional

biopython

http://biopython.org/

?

Python tools for computational molecular biology

"pip"

bliss

http://www.tcs.tkk.fi/Software/bliss

(AUTO UPDATES)

Computing automorphism groups and canonical forms of graphs

Optional

boost

http://www.boost.org/

NY

"Portable C++ Libraries"

Optional

boost_cropped

Same as above

includes spkg-src

?

Standard

brial

https://github.com/BRiAl/BRiAl

NY

Various; successor to PolyBoRi

Standard

brian

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/brian http://briansimulator.org/

?

A clock-driven simulator for spiking neural networks

"pip"

buckygen

http://caagt.ugent.be/buckygen/

NY

Efficient generation of all nonisomorphic fullerenes

Optional

bzip2

http://www.bzip.org/

(AUTO UPDATES)

Data compressor

Standard

cbc

https://projects.coin-or.org/Cbc

NY

Open-source mixed integer programming solver written in C++

Optional

ccache

https://ccache.samba.org/

NY

Compiler cache; supports C, C++, Objective-C, and Objective-C++

Optional

cddlib

https://www.inf.ethz.ch/personal/fukudak/cdd_home/

(AUTO UPDATES)

C implementation of the Double Description Method of Motzkin

Standard

cephes

http://www.moshier.net/

NY

Mathematical library in/for C

Standard

certifi

http://certifi.io/

NY

Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle

Standard

cliquier

https://users.aalto.fi/~pat/cliquer.html

(AUTO UPDATES)

Set of C routines for finding cliques in an arbitrary weighted graph

Standard

cmake

https://cmake.org/

NY

CMake is a cross-platform build system generator

Experimental

combinatoral_designs

?

NY

Data for combinatoral designs

Standard

compilerwrapper

https://bitbucket.org/vbraun/compilerwrapper

NY

A wrapper for compiler and binutils

Experimental

configparser

https://docs.python.org/3/library/configparser.html

NY

Exists for compatiblity with Python2

Standard

configure

Auto-generated by Sage

Auto-generated by Sage

shipped in case sufficiently recent autotools not installed

Base

conway_polynomials

extends Sage library

NY?

Small database of Conway Polynomials

Standard

coxeter3

http://math.univ-lyon1.fr/~ducloux/coxeter/coxeter3/english/coxeter3_e.html

NY

Wraps Fokko Ducloux's Coxeter 3 C++ library

Optional

cryptominisat

https://www.msoos.org/

NY

(To be) an efficient sequential, parallel and distributed solver

Experimental

csdp

https://projects.coin-or.org/Csdp

(AUTO UPDATES)

A fast SDP solver written in C

Optional

cvxopt

http://cvxopt.org/

NY

Convex optimization based on Python

Standard

cycler

http://matplotlib.org/cycler/

NY

A small break of of matplotlib to deal with "composable cycles"

Standard

cysignals

https://github.com/sagemath/cysignals

NY

Interrupt and signal handling for Cython

Standard

cython

http://cython.org/

NY

C extensions for Python

Standard

d3js

https://d3js.org/

(AUTO UPDATES)

JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data

Optional

database_cremona_ellcurve

https://github.com/JohnCremona/ecdata

NY

John Cremona's database of elliptic curves

Optional

database_gap

https://www.gap-system.org/

(AUTO UPDATE)

The databases of GAP: finite groups and tables of marks

Optional

database_kohel

database_mutation_class

database_odlyzko_zeta

database_pari

database_stein_watkins

database_stein_watkins_mini

database_symbolic_data

dateutil

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-dateutil

NY

Extensions to Python dateutil

Standard

decorator

?

NY

"Better living through Python with decorators"

Standard

docutils

http://docutils.sourceforge.net/

NY

A modular system for processing documentation into useful formats, such as HTML, XML, and LaTeX.

Standard

doc2tex

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/dot2tex

NY

A Graphviz to LaTeX converter

Optional

ecl

https://common-lisp.net/project/ecl/

(AUTO UPDATES)

Implementation of the Common Lisp language

Standard

eclib

https://github.com/JohnCremona/eclib

NY

Enumerating and computing with elliptic curves defined over the rational numbers

Standard

ecm

http://gforge.inria.fr/projects/ecm/

NY

Elliptic Curve Method for Integer Factorization

Standard

elliptic_curves

NY

Two databases for elliptic curves, from John Cremona and William Stein

Standard

entrypoints

https://github.com/takluyver/entrypoints

NY, but also has special setup

Discover and load entry points from installed packages

Standard

fflas_ffpak

http://www.linalg.org/linbox/fflas-ffpack/

NY

Source code library for dense linear algebra over word-size finite fields

Standard

flask

http://flask.pocoo.org/

NY

Web micro-framework

Standard

flask_autoindex

?

NY

The mod_autoindex for Flask

Standard

flask_babel

?

NY

Adds i18n/l10n support to Flask applications

Standard

flask_oldsessions

?

NY

Provides a session class

Standard

flask_openid

?

NY

OpenID support for Flask

Standard

flask_silk

?

NY

Adds silk icons to your Flask application or blueprint, or extension

Standard

flint

http://www.flintlib.org/

NY

Fast Library for Number Theory

Standard

flintqs

http://www.friedspace.com/QS/

NY

Multi-polynomial quadratic sieve for integer factorization

Standard

fyplll

https://github.com/fplll/fpylll

NY

Python interface for fpll (Lattice algorithms using floating-point arithmetic)

Standard

freetype

https://www.freetype.org/

NY

Software library to render fonts

Standard

fricas

https://fricas.sourceforge.net/

NY

Advanced CAS

Experimental

frobby

http://www.broune.com/frobby/

NY

Provides a number of computations on monomial ideals

Optional

functools32

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/functools32

NY

Backport of the functools module from Python 3.2.3

Standard

future

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/future/

NY

future is the missing compatibility layer between Python 2 and Python 3

Standard

Spkg

Current spkg Maintainer(s)

Version in Sage

Latest Stable Release

Removed In

pysqlite

ipython1

Sage 3.3

What is a spkg?

Files with the extension ".spkg" are known as Sage packages. The directory SAGE_ROOT/spkg/standard contains the standard SPKG's. In a source install of Sage, this directory contains all the standard Sage spkg files (actually .tar or .tar.bz2 files), which are the source code that defines Sage. In a binary install, some of these may be small placeholder files to save space.

Sage packages are distributed as ".spkg" files, which are .tar.bz2 files (or tar files) but have the extension ".spkg" to discourage confusion. Although Sage packages are packed using tar and/or bzip2, please note that ".spkg" files contain control information (installation scripts and metadata) that are necessary for building and installing them. For source distributions, when you compile Sage the file SAGE_ROOT/makefile takes care of the unpacking, compilation, and installation of Sage packages for you. For more information on the structure of .spkg files, please refer to the Sage Developer's Guide in your local installation of Sage at

SAGE_ROOT/sage/doc/output/html/en/developer/index.html

If you cannot locate that file in your local installation of Sage, you might want to consider (re)building the standard Sage documentation using this command:

SAGE_ROOT/sage -docbuild all html

or refer to the online Sage developer's guide. Additional Sage packages can be found at the packages download page.

spkg (last edited 2017-02-22 17:29:53 by mrennekamp)