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Octave on Condor

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Octave on Condor
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 16:28:23 -0400

On 18-Apr-2007, Simon Hammond wrote:

| Firstly I want to say what a good product Octave is, its getting us  
| out of a BIG hole here!

Then please consider contributing in some way.

| My main question is - is it possible to compile Octave for Condor and  
| if so how does one go about doing that? I've tried just sticking  
| condor_compile gcc and g++ in CC and CXX etc. But this doesn't seem  
| to work very well.

What happens?

Is the problem something to do with Octave or is it a problem with
Condor?  Maybe someone on the Condor help list could be of more

Also, I've always found it quite strange that Condor is apparently
distributed with some variant of a free software license (though not
GPL compatible):

but the source does not seem to be publicly available:

  At this time we do not distribute source code publicly, but instead
  consider requests on a case-by-case basis. If you need the source
  code, please e-mail us at ADDRESS explaining why, and we'll get back
  to you.

So is it really free (libre) software?  Could someone get the sources
for Condor by asking (case by case basis) and then redistributed them
under the terms of the Condor Public License (wihout requiring further
specific permission)?


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