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Re: gnuplot bug in Windows release of Octave?

From: Michael Goffioul
Subject: Re: gnuplot bug in Windows release of Octave?
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 13:33:23 +0100

On 11/27/07, Unexperienced User <address@hidden> wrote:
> Doumo Arigato, Tatsuro-san!
> Reading these threads brought some light into that matter for me.
> Unfortunately I cannot unlock the executables by means of the property
> dialog. Maybe this is only possible with XP Professional and not with XP
> Home which I am using. It seems I will have to wait for the next release.
> But if I recall it right I have once played around with some security
> settings in XP Home, and maybe I can find some other way to override them.
> If so I will post it here for your information. Anyway, thanks a lot for
> your kind reply!

Eventually, the problem had nothing to do with security. This is due to
a VS2005 runtime library version mismatch, caused by the fact that I
recompiled the fixed gnuplot with VS2005 SP1, instead of VS2005
(which I used to generate the octave binary package). The quick fix is
to install the redistributable package available from

or to wait until the next release of the binary packages. Sorry for the
inconvenience, I didn't realize that code compiled with VS2005 SP1 was
not compatible with the runtime libs provided by VS2005 (that are included
in the binary release of octave)


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