Re: why I can use "sageslide.tex" to generate math output  Jason Grout  10/3/12 5:34 AM  On 10/3/12 6:51 AM, 嚙踝蕭 嚙諄塚蕭 wrote:
That tells us that you are probably using a very old version of Sage. That may be the problem. What version of Sage are you using? I'm not sure what would cause that, but my guess is that it has to do with having an old version of Sage. I've also sent this message to the sagesupport mailing list (https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/sagesupport), where people know more about sagetex. I suggest that you subscribe to that mailing list for replies there. Thanks, Jason

Re: [sagesupport] Re: why I can use "sageslide.tex" to generate math output  Dan Drake  10/3/12 9:38 AM  On Wed, 03 Oct 2012 at 07:34AM 0500, Jason Grout wrote:That's definitely an old version of SageTeX there. (In fact, it was you, Jason, who suggested the name change! That was a good idea.) The original poster should definitely upgrade to a newer version of Sage. That is really strange. SageTeX's Python module doesn't have any openout function, and according to "hg grep", it never did. There's no openout anywhere in the Sage source. I have no idea where that came from. Upgrading to the most recent version of Sage sounds like the best thing to do here. Dan   Dan Drake  http://math.pugetsound.edu/~ddrake  