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Re: Embedding the Octave interactive prompt

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Embedding the Octave interactive prompt
Date: Wed, 07 Nov 2007 16:45:56 -0500

On  7-Nov-2007, Michael Goffioul wrote:

| On 11/7/07, Andrea Spadaccini <address@hidden> wrote:
| > Hello everybody,
| > I need to make the Octave interactive prompt available via a Java 
| >
| > I could run Octave as a sub-process, grab stdout, stdin and stderr, and 
then run
| > the classical input-output cycle.
| >
| > *** BUT ***
| >
| > Is there an easier/more elegant/nicer way to do it?
| Use a terminal emulation component and run octave in it. I've
| partially worked on such component by re-using the emulation
| from JTA. The code has now been integrated into a larger
| newborn project
| (code available by SVN).

Given the association of "Visual ..." with Microsoft products like
Visual Basic, Visual C++, etc., maybe it would be good to consider a
different name for the project?


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