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Re: editing in octave

From: Chipmuenk
Subject: Re: editing in octave
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 08:32:16 -0700 (PDT)


for Windows users there is as well Joaquim Varandas' GUIOctave

It is freeware, though not under GPL, actively maintained and easily the
most comprehensive and comfortable Octave frontend for Windows users (my
impression), including single-stepping, cell evaluation, diff, workspace
editor, context (syntax) help ... I'm using GUIOctave for months now and I'm
very happy with it.

End of advertisement - I'm not related to Joaquim (I don't even know him :-) 
) but it seemed to me that his program received some undeserved bashings.
Ok, it is not under GPL and there are some (inhererent) communication
problems with Octave / gnuplot, but compared to command line editing this is
pure luxury and definitely worth a try (easy to install as well).

Best regards,


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