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RE: new user question (Peter Websdell) (starting scripts)

From: Muthiah Annamalai
Subject: RE: new user question (Peter Websdell) (starting scripts)
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2007 15:21:23 -0600

On Thu, 2007-01-25 at 14:52 -0600, address@hidden wrote:
> Muthu and all,

> ... to get the path I want, but how do I get it to remain set 
> every time I start up?  I tried adding it to the file
> but no luck.  Is there a startup file somewhere else for win32?
In UNIX it is .octaverc, I guess it should be the same in Windows as
well mostly located in your $(Cygwin PATH)/home/$(user-name)

> I assume these are all off of the Octave program root directory
> (Except the "cygdrive" ones).  Does the double slash indicate
> that subdirectories are included?
Im not sure, but AFAIK it doesnt matter really. Just add the path,
and let it be. Octave will find your files.

> Also, where can I find out what the command line options mean?
> The install package gives me for the shortcut:
> "C:\Program Files\Octave\bin\run.exe" rxvt.exe --keysym.0xFF50 '^a'
> --keysym.0xFF57 '^e' --keysym.0xFFFF '^f^h' -tn linux -title 'GNU Octave
> 2.1.73' -geometry 96x54 -bg White -fg Black -cr Blue -fn 'Lucida
> Console-12' -sr -b 5 -e /bin/sh
> I have no idea what most of this does, or how to tweak it.
> Is there a special group for Octave under Windows?
Not that I know of.


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