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Re: What is the status of ob-maxima.el? Is this a bug?

From: Leo Butler
Subject: Re: What is the status of ob-maxima.el? Is this a bug?
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2023 16:59:28 +0000
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13)

On Tue, Dec 05 2023, "Fraga, Eric" <e.fraga@ucl.ac.uk> wrote:

> On Tuesday,  5 Dec 2023 at 16:42, Leo Butler wrote:
>> With recent versions of ob-maxima.el, you can set header arguments to
>> get the behaviour Eduardo expected:
> Thank you.  This is great news.
> I'm going to have to upgrade as the version I'm currently using (from
> 1-2 months ago, I think) doesn't seem to pay attention to :cmdline
> --quiet and/or :results raw.

Yes, it is relatively recent work (see below).

You mentioned returning a value from a maxima code block. I wonder if
you could elaborate? I could imagine either the lisp sexp of the last
expression or the printed representation (e.g. in linear/1d form). But
maybe you have something else in mind?


#+begin_src elisp :exports results

: 9.7-pre

#+NAME: batch-quiet-maxima
#+HEADER: :batch batch
#+HEADER: :exports results
#+HEADER: :results raw
#+HEADER: :wrap example
#+HEADER: :cmdline --quiet
#+BEGIN_SRC maxima
  rat(1/(x+1) + x/(x-1));

#+RESULTS: batch-quiet-maxima
(%i1) rat(1/(x+1)+x/(x-1))
                                 x  + 2 x - 1
(%o1)/R/                         ------------
                                    x  - 1

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