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Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)
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Paul Kienzle |
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Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy) |
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Fri, 17 Sep 2004 21:42:33 -0400 |
On Sep 17, 2004, at 9:07 PM, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
But as a Debian user, I am glad so many packages are just an 'apt-get
install' command away. As a Debian maintainer, I try to make that
choice
available to others via the packages I look after. Now, as for
choice, I
think these aren't even available in other distros:
octave-ci - Contributed functions for the GNU Octave language
octave-epstk - GNU Octave encapsulated postscript toolkit
octave-gpc - Octave bindings for the General Polygon Clipper Library
octave-matcompat - Empty transition package for octave-forge
octave-plplot - Octave support for PLplot, a plotting library
octave-sp - Semidefinite Programming functions for GNU Octave
octave-statdataml - GNU Octave package for XML-based data exchange
matwrap - A wrapper generator for matrix languages
There are some more packages which would be nice to have such as
octave-vtk and WaveLab. Want to learn to become a Debian maintainer?
WaveLab mex may not be permissable because the license may not
be GPL compatible. That's up to John to decide, I guess.
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- Re: Octave advocacy, (continued)
- Re: Octave advocacy, Quentin Spencer, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave advocacy, NZG, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave advocacy, Jonathan C. Webster, 2004/09/17
- Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Jonathan Stickel, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Joe Koski, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Mike Miller, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Dirk Eddelbuettel, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy),
Paul Kienzle <=
- Re: Octave distribution, Jonathan Stickel, 2004/09/18
- Re: Octave distribution, Paul Kienzle, 2004/09/18
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Stefan van der Walt, 2004/09/22
- Re: Octave advocacy, Keith Goodman, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave advocacy, Javier Arántegui, 2004/09/20
- Fwd: Re: Octave advocacy, Victor Munoz, 2004/09/17