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Re: Octave/Matlab compatibility

From: Etienne Grossmann
Subject: Re: Octave/Matlab compatibility
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 19:27:25 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.28i


just to say that, if you have a lot of files to port, with some
repeated patterns of code, and if you know some perl, you may be
interested in the octave-forge script 'admin/find_changes', which
helps automatize changes in code.

  Good luck,


PS : I ported my PhD's code to octave a few years ago - not a big
     deal, maybe because I didn't use the graphic interface too much.

On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 05:46:41PM +0200, David Bateman wrote:
# Hi,
# You'll want to look at the octave compatiability FAQ at
# Also check the category index of octave-forge, where the individual functions
# of matlab and their octave equivalence are listed.
# Regards
# David
# According to Florian G. Pflug <address@hidden> (on 05/13/03):
# > Hi
# > 
# > I am a student of the technical university vienna, and have been assigned to
# > a task that involves porting a programm for solving ODEs from matlab to GNU
# > octave.
# > 
# > Does anyone know if there is documentation available on the subject of
# > porting from matlab to octave? I found some remarks in the FAQ, but though
# > maybe there are some more ressources I didn't find.
# > 
# > The task I was assigned to also involves documenting the differences between
# > matlab and octave. If there is no such thing as a "porting guide", I'll see
# > if I find the time to turn the documentation I have to write into a "porting
# > uide". If I do that, should I consider aynthing special (like, using
# > specific tools for the documentation) that eases integrating this guide into
# > the octave manual? (Only if there are other people than me interested in
# > this, of course).
# > 
# > greetings, Florian Pflug

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