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Re: lsqlin() error message

From: GoSim
Subject: Re: lsqlin() error message
Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2019 10:15:03 -0500 (CDT)

I am not writing this because I want Octave devs to do my job but because I
like Octave and want it to be as good as possible. If I would wait for bug
fixes that maybe did what I wanted and not circumvet them I would get
nothing done.

If a function in Octave does everything that Matlab does and works in more
cases, this is compatible. Noone would complain because noone base their
code on where a function does not work. As long as the syntax is identical
it is ok. 
Even if Octave would manage to implement an algorithm that is better and
gave a better result, this can be discussed, but noone would complain. It's
just sad that you have to copy even where the Matlab functions are weak if
it is easy to fix. 

I understand that it is a delicate thing since your main concept is to be
Matlab compatible and mathworks must hate you for that but making your
functions better than matlab with the same syntax should be acceptable. 

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