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Re: Vector of structures in Octave

From: Geraint Paul Bevan
Subject: Re: Vector of structures in Octave
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2003 11:03:06 +0100
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Jorge Civera Saiz wrote:
| Hi,
| By the way, where can I download the octave version 2.1.50 ? In the
| octave homepage (, the last development version is 2.1.49
| Does anyone know what is the oldest version between 2.1.36 and 2.1.50
| supporting array of structures ? I would prefer that version to be stable.
| Thank you very much.
| Jorge

Version 2.1.50 is included in the directory at:

The text of the link at is out of
date (patch attached), but it still points to the right place.

To find the earliest version that included this feature, you could
perhaps look through the changelog at:

however I generally find it better to keep up with the latest version of
Octave. The quality control that jwe applies is sufficiently high that I
have never encountered a serious degradation of reliability after
upgrading and to use an earlier version means that you encounter bugs
that have been fixed in later versions. It also means that any bug
reports you make are less useful of course!

- --
Geraint Bevan

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