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Re: Octave for Windows

From: David Doolin
Subject: Re: Octave for Windows
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 22:50:52 -0500

> Other issues like the latest stable atlas that compiles only on gcc2.95,
> building a full featured gnuplot (with ttf, jpeg, png, etc.), choosing
> an editor of octave code (Sorry, I love emacs, but it's too big) are
> relatively easy to solve.

I have shipped Sc1 which is a UPX'ed standalone version of Scintilla
for (both) users interested in my current (somewhat lame)
discrete element code.  It's a big 230k.

> There's a lot to be done with the installer itself, but NSIS is
> incredibly flexible and well documented, so that's not really a problem.

NSIS is worth the effort.  Please bundle the install
script also so everyone can see the registry entries

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