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Re: The future of Octave

From: David Doolin
Subject: Re: The future of Octave
Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 11:46:14 -0500 (EST)

> >    Should octave have additional "non-numeric" features to
> >    support all sorts of generic scripting language features?
> Do scientific programmers need to do string processing? database access?
> GUI interfaces? process control? cgi scripts?   How about a web interface
> to the data taken at your beamline which allows you to select a particular
> sample and applied field, perform a variety of fits and produce a graph
> of the results?  The project I have in mind is being written in Java, but
> it would be nice if something like octave could handle it.

I don't if either octave needs this stuff or if I "need" it, but I want it
bad enough to move to win32 to get it.  If I have to.

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