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Re: Octave Interpreter

From: Richard Crozier
Subject: Re: Octave Interpreter
Date: Sun, 05 Oct 2014 18:29:21 +0100
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On 02/10/14 13:34, Stefan Seefeld wrote:
On 2014-10-01 21:16, Bipin Mathew wrote:


  All this being said, perhaps someone more familiar with the source
code could comment on how easy / impossible such a thing would be
given the current state of Octave? In terms of your direct question of
how you can build a compiler for Octave, I believe a good place to
start is to look at the lex/yacc grammar files:


I'm honestly not entirely sure I understand the question: What
additional support in terms of language support is needed to provide a
"distributed Octave" ?


Making 'parfor' loops work with actual parallel pools might be what is meant:



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