|Subject:||Re: [Axiom-developer] read the docs :-)|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Dec 2014 10:33:11 -0500|
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On 12/12/2014 10:57 PM, address@hidden wrote:
Tim, I tried it and it didn't come back by either copying the above or the previous message. Any hints?The axiom command has a '-ws' (workspace) argument which will re-activate a session saved with )savesystem. The default path is $AXIOM/bin so given axiom (1) -> t1:=4 (2) -> )savesystem foo Then axiom -ws foo will look for workspace $AXIOM/bin/foo. It also accepts a full pathname so you can save workspaces anywhere. Tim
saved in the current directory but
./foo brought up axiom without the variable value
axiom -ws foo
gave "Cannot find the executable /usr/lib/axiom-20120501/bin/foo"
although the examples you gave )savesystem foo commands were identical.
Do I need Aldor or some such?
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