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Applying fixes from CVS

From: Bruce Moore
Subject: Applying fixes from CVS
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 10:12:16 -0700 (PDT)

I need to apply a fix from CVS.  I've downloaded the
CVS tree and copied the fixed file
(/octave/libcruft/slatec-fn/dgamit.f) to the
corresponding /octave-2.1.36/libcruft/slatec-fn/

Next, I did 'make all' followed by 'make install'.

The problem still occurs when I test it.  

/usr/local/bin/octave.exe is linked to
/usr/local/bin/octave-2.1.36.exe, which has the
correct compile date (today).

Is there an octave command line option to show the
compile date along with the version number?

Is there some other step that I need to take to
incorporate the fix?

I'm running on Cygwin.

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