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M2(1) Macaulay2 M2(1)

NAME

M2 - start Macaulay2, a software system for algebraic geometry research.

SYNOPSIS

M2 [option ...] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION

The command M2 starts Macaulay2, which is a software system devoted to supporting research in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra.

Options

print this brief help message and exit
print no backtrace after error
display full copyright messasge
do not enter debugger upon error
debug warning message n by signalling an error
don't handle interrupts
notify when loading files during initialization and when evaluating command line arguments
print no input prompts
don't use readline
don't load the Core
don't start any additional threads (or tasks)
set prefixDirectory
set printWidth=n (the default is the window width)
as first argument, interpret second argument as name of a script implies --stop, --no-debug, --silent and -q see scriptCommandLine
no startup banner
exit on error
TeXmacs session mode
print version number and exit
don't load user's init.m2 file or use packages in home directory
evaluate expression '...' before initialization
evaluate expression '...' after initialization

SEE ALSO

The documentation for Macaulay2 is available locally starting in ${prefix}/share/doc/Macaulay2/Macaulay2Doc/html/index.html, where ${prefix} is replaced by the directory prefix used when the package was installed. The directory is available as the value of the Macaulay2 variable prefixDirectory, but the best way to get to the documentation is to run the command viewHelp in Macaulay2.

The home page for Macaulay2 is http://www.math.uiuc.edu/Macaulay2/.

AUTHOR

Macaulay2 is written by Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman with generous support of the National Science Foundation, for which we are grateful.

COPYRIGHT

Macaulay2 is copyright 2019 by Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman. We permit you to use it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or version 3, as published by the Free Software Foundation. This is free software. There is no warranty; not even for merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Macaulay2-1.22