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Re: New toolbox

From: Juan Pablo Carbajal
Subject: Re: New toolbox
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2015 14:04:06 +0100

On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 1:28 PM, Romanov Alexey <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi, i've already posted new mail with instructions to address@hidden
> The code and package are available on
> There is now problem in using mercurial (except I never tried). Shall I make 
> my own Mercurial repository or somebody will make in for me on 
> Thanks for help
> Alexey Romanov
> 17.11.2015, 15:12, "Juan Pablo Carbajal" <address@hidden>:
>>  On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 3:58 PM, Romanov Alexey <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>   Hi, I wrote toolbox for Octave, thats provides simple variable exchange 
>>> and co-simulation with Scilab xcos. I think it will be interesting for 
>>> those people, how are looking for Simulink alternative for Octave.
>>>   Is there any step-by-step instruction, how can I make Octave package from 
>>> my toolbox and publish it on
>>>   I saw instructions on, but 
>>> I really don't understand, what shall I do first? And also this 
>>> instructions are based on Mercurial. Is it possible to make package, if I 
>>> am using SVN?
>>>   Alexey Romanov
>>  Hi Alexey,
>>  This sounds interesting. You can make your code accessible anywhere in
>>  the web. If you want it to be an Octave Forge package you will have to
>>  use mercurial and wait till the other can review your package. In any
>>  case put your code online and share!
>>  Cheers
Alexey, please refrain from sending private messages. Always keep the
mailing list in copy.
Great, when our current leader (Carnë) adds your package to forge he
will create the repository and give your permissions.


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