In my both Mac (OS X Mavericks) and Ubuntu machine, I have installed sympy that is a python library for symbolic mathematics. Part of
sympy is the pretty print functionality that uses unicode characters to prettify symbolic expressions in the command-line environments with unicode support. For example, in my Ubuntu machine and in its
gnome-terminal running the following code
from sympy import * x = Symbol("x") pprint(Integral(sqrt(1/x), x))
However, the same command in OS X with iTerm2 (that should support unicode) results in
sympy 0.7.5 that I have made from source with the latest build of
iTerm2 (Build 126.96.36.19940518). Is there anything that I miss here? The lead developer of sympy is one of the StackExchange network. It would be great to know his opinion on this one.