The following link should not be taken, as the complete solution to anybody else’s computing task, in which my readers might want to wrap Python code for use in SageMath. In fact, I don’t even consider myself an expert in either of these subjects.
For people who do not know, “SageMath” is a combination of “Computer Algebra System” – ‘CAS’ – and ‘Numerical Toolbox’. SageMath is written using multiple languages, mainly Python. And, the ‘Maxima’ CAS back-end was written in LISP. ‘mpmath’ is a specific Python package, that allows Multi-Precision Arithmetic.
The integration of ‘mpmath’ is particularly straightforward, because Sage already uses this package. But the principles that would be used for other Python packages are similar. An interface must be established, by which Sage objects can be translated into the objects specific to the external Python packages, and back into objects that Sage can recognize again. Objects that Sage finds particularly useful, are ‘Symbolic Functions’ – that are to be manipulated algebraically – and ditto for ‘Symbolic Expressions’.
If worse comes to worst, then the data generated by the external, ‘wrapped’ code, may be converted into native Python objects such as ~Strings~. However, Sage does not recognize strings as valid Symbolic Expressions. So, one way around that could be, to call Sage’s ‘
sage_eval()‘ function on the strings. (:1)
(Updated 7/28/2021, 12h15… )