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Re: gnuplot bug in Windows release of Octave?

From: Unexperienced User
Subject: Re: gnuplot bug in Windows release of Octave?
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 07:59:11 -0800 (PST)

Michael Goffioul-2 wrote:
> 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)
> Michael.
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Hi Michael,

thanks a lot for this information, it might be very useful for all the other
users who will also have trouble with that until the next release is out.
For myself, I now have installed the previous version, which works all right
and seems to be sufficient for my needs.
So I hope to be through with this topic and wish all of you guys a nice and
peaceful pre-christmas time!

Cheerful greetings,
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