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Re: best Octave developers platform?

From: Maynard Wright
Subject: Re: best Octave developers platform?
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 10:41:42 -0800
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I use Kate (a KDE text editor) under Kubuntu or RedHat 8 and simply leave the 
file open as I work.  Once I save changes to an Octave executable file, I can 
run them in Octave from the command line.  Moving back and forth between the 
shell and Kate is quick.  Not quite an IDE, but it's trouble free and 



On Wednesday 10 January 2007 10:06, Marcus Vinicius Eiffle Duarte wrote:
> I agree that Fedora and Debian-based distros offer the best support for
> Octave. I use Ubuntu, and get all the common octave packages from its
> repositories.
> However, my text editor of choice is jEdit (, which is a
> great cross-platform text editor written in Java, with lots of plugins and
> a Matlab mode for syntax-highlighting that includes all the basic keywords
> and can be easily extended. I find it much easier to use than (x)emacs, or
> any other common text editor.
> Marcus Vinicius

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