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Need help testing home made Octave 2.1.36 for Windows

From: abarto
Subject: Need help testing home made Octave 2.1.36 for Windows
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 20:54:51 -0300

I made my own version of Octave 2.1.36 for Windows using the other versions 
available as a guide. I used gnuplot for win32 and a modified version of pipe-
gnuplot.c (instead of pgnuplot.exe which is included with the gnuplot binary 
distribution) so it behaves just like it does on Linux. I also did some 
modifications on the start-up script so it loads a little faster.

This "home made" version (and a couple of older versions) is used in the 
School of Engineering of the National University of Cordoba (Argentina) in an 
introductory course on programming.

What I need is someone who can spare a couple of minutes (or more) to test 
the package. You can get it from:

Thanks in advance.

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