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Re: Debian, Octaviz, and Octave 2.9 (was: Installing a bleeding-edge Oct
Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso
Re: Debian, Octaviz, and Octave 2.9 (was: Installing a bleeding-edge Octave...)
Wed, 28 Mar 2007 21:13:34 -0600
On 27/03/07, Geordie McBain <address@hidden> wrote:
Personally though since updating to octave2.9 I haven't looked back.
Lots of great new features and I don't recall encountering any
I agree that everything works swimmingly in 2.9, and I frankly don't
see the point of using 2.1 anymore, except that the Debian package for
Octaviz isn't available for 2.9 yet. :-( Octaviz is my favourite
plotter so far, unless yapso gets full-featured soon. It was looking
I haven't really looked into why the recent Octaviz release for 2.9
didn't get packaged for Debian... I suppose I could compile myself
from Sourceforge, but I don't like to circumvent the apt system
whenever I can avoid it.
- Jordi G. H.
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