On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 12:49 PM, Vincent Delecroix <
> I would benefit a lot from having Sage be part of the system Python.
> The reason is that I am using a distribution and my distribution comes
> with many Python modules that I am using. For some of them they are
> either broken on Sage or just does not compile at all (eg matplotlib
> graphics, pygtk). I think that the thread of Bill Page about
> ArraryFire and afnumpy  is basically telling the same thing.
> Moreover, having Sage in the Python system means easier packaging for
> distributions. From this point of view this would be a great win-win.
I just want to thank everybody contributing to this thread and anybody
working on this! It's very much something I also want us to support.
(Regarding virtualenv, I think it didn't even exist in 2004 when I started
Sage, so I didn't think to use it originally. Later people suggested it...)
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