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Re: the problem of symbolic package

From: Insang HWANG
Subject: Re: the problem of symbolic package
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2019 08:29:33 +0900

Hi Nicholas

Thank you for your correct answer.

I will try it again later today.

Before that I need your further confirmation.

1. The directory where octave is the place for locating file.
Is this right?

2. This is an ambiguous one whenever I tried. At dos promt of octave, so I have to run command listed. Do I need to change the current directory to the directory where is located?

Like ; cd hwang
Where hwang is the directory having the bundle zip file.

And execute the command at this changed directory not other directory.

Is this right process to activate symbolic?

Let me know your nice answer!



On Wed, Feb 6, 2019, 12:07 AM Nicholas Jankowski <address@hidden> wrote:
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On Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 9:54 AM Insang HWANG <address@hidden> wrote:
> Do you mean to follow option of case of bundle?

yes, the bundle should be the easiest way to install symbolic package on windows if you don't already have python installed
> I did it but failed. I might do some mistakes

I just followed the directions myself and had no problems.  Please try to follow Option 1 again exactly as written, and email back with any errors. As of today, the latest symbolic version is 2.7.1.  so it should just require downloading and installing  using the command:

pkg install  

note that Octave's working directory must be the same as where you saved

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