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Re: best Octave developers platform?

From: Maynard Wright
Subject: Re: best Octave developers platform?
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 08:11:10 -0800
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Hi, Javier,

That's true.  I prefer, though, to open a separate terminal so that the code 
in Kate can occupy more of the screen while editing.  That is, of course, 
just personal preference.  My preference might be at least in part because I 
use only laptops, having converted to that mode of operation while I was 
traveling every week for a few years before I retired.

Thanks for highlighting another option that I didn't think to mention.


On Thursday 11 January 2007 00:49, Javier Arantegui wrote:
> Hello,
> El Miércoles, 10 de Enero de 2007 19:41, Maynard Wright escribió:
> > 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 convenient.
> In fact it's possible to open a Terminal inside Kate. That makes the work
> easier and faster, no need to move between windows. And Kate can highlight
> Octave syntax too.
> Javier

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