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Re: An octave for windows tutorial

From: abarto
Subject: Re: An octave for windows tutorial
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2003 21:22:06 -0300

The idea of this document was a roadmap for building my distro (so I don't have 
to start from 
scratch every time). I think the README.Windows it's ok and I wouldn't touch it.

This roadmap is more related to the INSTALL.Windows document that comes with 
(I borrowed a lot from it), but it's much more explicit (specially in the 
gnuplot section).

I don't want to show the file to the world until I'm sure it has no critical 
errors. That's why I want 
to post it here first. When all the corrections are done, I'll publish it and 
then everyone will be 
free to use it, change it, translate it, or whatever.

I think I'll post an incomplete version (it's almost done anyway), so you'll 
understand what I'm 
trying to do.


On 1 Jun 2003 at 18:17, John W. Eaton wrote:

> On  1-Jun-2003, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
> | I'm preparing a complete step by step octave for windows building tutorial. 
> | Every time I tried to update the package I had to remember every step (by 
> | reading the fine manuals mostly), so this time I'll document everything I 
> do.
> | 
> | I'll post the results and issue a request for comments and modifications 
> | sometime next week.
> Could you please look at the current README.Windows file in Octave's
> CVS archive and suggest improvements or additions to it instead of
> starting a new document.
> Thanks,
> jwe

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