I copied the generated source from a couple pages to an empty file and
added a link to the SageMathCell script,
and the interacts run (albeit with numerous deprecation errors). There is
available to process the interacts.
On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 1:46:36 PM UTC-7, Andrey Novoseltsev wrote:
> On Monday, 19 September 2016 10:53:27 UTC-6, William wrote:
>> This seems to be an absolutely *massive* issue, which I'm sure was caused
>> by some API change by Andrey. These wiki pages have worked fine for about
>> 7 years, so it's annoying that they are all suddenly broken.
>> > I guess it was meant to use the Sage cell server to make the examples
>> actually work but it doesn't do that anymore.
>> They did actually work (and well) until very, very recently.
> Do you have a better idea of how recently? Week/month/several months?
> Looking at the page source, I do not understand how embedded_sagecell.js
> is supposed to load and there are no requests for it reported by browser.
> Console complains about $, so something is off with jQuery, I guess. For
> the record there is no need to load/use it with sagecell.makeSagecell at
> all. And as "official API" that I am trying hard not to break (or at least
> fix when I do) I consider
> So - it does not work indeed, but I have no idea why and I hope that I am
> not responsible ;-)
> Thank you!
>> -- William
>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 6:04 AM, Jeroen Demeyer <jdem...@cage.ugent.be>
>>> The "interact" wiki page
>>> is seriously broken: I guess it was meant to use the Sage cell server to
>>> make the examples actually work but it doesn't do that anymore. What is
>>> worse: also the source code is not shown, making the examples almost
>>> totally useless...
>>> Well, the Sage source code is still in the source of the wiki page, but
>>> that's not very practical. However, there seem to be some
>>> backslash-escaping going on, making the examples not 100% copy-pastable.
>>> Some context: I am working on an implementation of the SageNB interacts
>>> in Jupyter at https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/21267 and that page is a
>>> valuable source of examples for me.
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