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Re: Having problem building on macOS Mojave

From: Andrew Janke
Subject: Re: Having problem building on macOS Mojave
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 22:52:51 -0500
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On 1/10/19 10:43 PM, ThomasScofield wrote:

I'm going to be teaching a linear algebra course beginning in 2.5 weeks.
I've been regularly recommending and using Octave in various computational
courses such as differential equations and linear algebra.  I'm not sure
that the Mac users among my students will be Homebrew users.  Even for those
who are, if there were a more-easily-followed set of instructions for an
Octave install to share, I would like to hear about it.  Of course, the
version of OSX being used as a student's Mac platform will almost certainly


This is exactly what Sebastian Schoeps and I made Octave.app for! It's a native Mac app distribution of Octave with a drag-and-drop installer.


Download the DMG, open it and drag Octave to Applications, and you're ready to go. (And optionally, install a JDK if you want to use Java inside Octave.)

Supports all macOS versions from 10.11 El Capitan onwards. (Octave won't build on earlier macOS versions.) And it includes the patches for some crashes and the Retina scaling.


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