SageMath 8.1 released

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Samuel Lelièvre

Dec 25, 2017, 11:19:05 AM12/25/17
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News from SageMath, the Sage Mathematics Software System!

SageMath 8.1 was released on 2017-12-07.

SageMath, also known as Sage (website:, is
developed mostly by volunteers and combines over 100 open-source
packages with over a million lines of new Python code.

The compiled version for most operating systems (as well as the
source files if you prefer to compile Sage yourself) are available
on our download mirrors worldwide:

(We send the announcement a few days after the release so that
most versions will have made their way to the download mirrors.)

A SageMath native installer for Windows is available at

SageMath 8.1 can be tried online via SageMathCell and CoCalc:

  * CoCalc:

SageMath is also available as a Docker image, and is packaged
for Conda, various GNU/Linux distributions, Homebrew, etc.;
a bootable USB called SageDebianLive, and a virtual machine
appliance called SageAppliance, are also available.

For installation instructions, see

The following page gives an indication of the platforms
on which Sage should work:

Please ask any questions and/or report any problems to Ask Sage,
our questions and answers forum, or to the sage-support mailing list.

You can also drop by in the #sagemath IRC channel on freenode.

Details about tickets closed and contributors for each release:

Release manager for this release: Volker Braun.

If you want to follow SageMath's development more closely,
development releases are available from the "download-latest" page.
These are announced and discussed on the sage-release mailing list.
For development discussion, check out the sage-devel mailing list.

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