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From: Stephen Eglen
Subject: Considerations
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 21:21:43 +0000 (GMT)

Emanuele Olivetti writes:
 > Hi,
 > I'd like to promote a way to make Octave grow, using all the codes 
 > produced by Octave users. I make my own routine and some of
 > them are good, so why not share it with every body? I can
 > post my little work, but it is difficult to search it in
 > future browsing Octave archives

I agree: even if code is posted to the sources or help octave lists,
it is not so easy to find them later.  I noted a similar problem for
finding emacs lisp files a while ago: people now post their source
files on home pages or to a news group.  My solution was to create a
simple web page pointing to each elisp file that I knew about.  (This
can be viewed at I
would be happy to maintain a similar list for Octave files if people
think it would be worth having ... just send me entries and I will
start to build the list up.

cheers, stephen

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