SageTeX / test


# run Sage on the generated .sage files and see what happens.

# In an ideal world, this could be automatically run as part of
# doctesting, but for now this is about as good as we can do.

for F in example sagetexpackage
  if [ $(sage $F.sage 2>&1 | grep -c 'failed') -gt 0 ]
    echo "Error running Sage on $F.sage!"
    echo "No problem running Sage on $F.sage."
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