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Index of Octave Software (Was: The future of Octave)

From: Kevin Straight
Subject: Index of Octave Software (Was: The future of Octave)
Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 09:18:32 -0800 (PST)

I've been seems like people have written a whole lot of
code: patches, .oct files, .m files, etc for Octave.  Wouldn't it be nice
if we had a (well indexed) directory that listed all of it, perhaps with
the author's email and a short discription; sort of like what the
calculator companies do with contributed calculator programs.

I would even volunteer to set it up (though not till the holidays
<grin> ).  The whole thing could be more-or less automated (a la

In a similar vein, I think someone should collect binary distributions,
since they haven't been on the main ftp server for a while now.  It seems
like a lot of people have trouble compiling octave, and would be happier
with an older, precompiled, version.  If anyone has binaries, e-mail them
to me and I will be happy to put them on my own ftp server
(  I already have the linux rpm of

Kevin Straight
University of IdahoŠþstra9456

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