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Re: compiling octave-2.1.46

From: torsten
Subject: Re: compiling octave-2.1.46
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 17:26:45 -0600

On Sat the 15 Mar 2003 at 21 hours EST
ARAI wrote...
>I understand that at some point in time, the developers of octave started
>using the newer gcc-3.2.2 compiler and new versiobn of some other tools,
>that are not available (as defaults, at least) on the older Linux

Sorry, I though you had posted on another list.  You cannot use the
newer versions of octave with gcc 2.95.2.  I upgraded the compiler so
I could get the new version, but prior to that I downloaded an older
version that worked with 2.95.2.

The thing is, I can't remember which older version it was.  I think it
was octave-2.1.34.

I'm not sure what is in gcc-3.2 that the octave developers prefer,
but that's the way it goes.


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