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Re: Octave on Windows XP using Cygwin: plotting ?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Octave on Windows XP using Cygwin: plotting ?
Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2004 15:04:43 -0400

On 11-Sep-2004, Bart Vandewoestyne <address@hidden> wrote:

| Still, now, I have the overhead of Cygwin.  Suppose I was someone who
| just needed Octave + plotting capabilities on Windows and I am not
| really interested in installing Cygwin, is it then also possible to get
| things working without Cygwin?

Why does it matter?  If you install some binary package for Windows,
it could contain any number of libraries and other programs that work
behind the scenes to make your application go.  To me, that's what
Cygwin provides for Octave.


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