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use Octave for other project...

From: Herman Bruyninckx
Subject: use Octave for other project...
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 15:05:42 +0200 (CEST)

I'm looking into the opportunity of using the numerical capabilities of
octave in a new open source project (for robot control). How easy would it
be to use octave as a ``library'' for a new project? I guess the license
then _has_ to be GPL, just as Octave itself?

How much more difficult or easy would it be to use Scilab for the same
purposes? (I hope I don't generate a flame war asking this question :-) )

Of course, I hope that the robotics project will have some feedback
contributions to Octave too! For example, on the kinematics and dynamics of
mechanical devices...

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