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compilation from CVS on FreeBSD 3.3 w/ gcc 2.95 *almost* works

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: compilation from CVS on FreeBSD 3.3 w/ gcc 2.95 *almost* works
Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 10:17:31 -0500 (CDT)

On 16-Sep-2000, Greg Troxel <address@hidden> wrote:

| I'm guessing that a configure test is in order, even if it only checks
| and aborts and tells the user to install 2.7.  Would a patch for this
| be appropriate?

Yes, that would help.  I've been meaning to add a test to at lesat
check to make sure that gperf is available.  If the check can also
make sure that all the required options work, that would be even

| [If this sort of comment is more properly directed to
| octave-maintainers, please let me know.  Also, a pointer to the right
| list at might be
| helpful.]

Yes, octave-maintainers is a better place to discuss problems with the
CVS version of Octave.

On the CVS section of the download page, I've added a pointer to the



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