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Re: Problems with QtOctave

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Problems with QtOctave
Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2010 18:23:00 +0900 (JST)


I have found that command console wrapper software 'cmd-mod' is still 
developing states.
original program is 'ckw', which is famous in Japan but the development is 
Fortunately the development seems to be continued by another person.

The licence of it is

Clicking 'Download' tab you can go to the download address.

Current version number is 'ckw-mod-0.9.0-d2'
It can be used on Windows2000/XP/Vista/7

Unfortunately all documents is written in Japanese.

Small explanations

1.ckw.cfg (This file is to be placed the same directory where ckw.exe is placed)
2..Xdefaults (The place is specified by 'HOME' environmental variable )
3. command line
Priority order 
3 > 2 > 1

Setting file
'!' means comment.

Command line options
_short  _ long option

-fg     foreground
-bg     background
-cr     cursorColor
-cri    cursorImeColor
color0-15       parette color1
-bitmap         backgroundBitmap        :background bmp file
-g      geometry        :(e.g. -g 100×50-0+0)
-fn     font
-fs     fontSize        
-/+sh   scrollHide      
-/+sr   scrollRight     
-sl     saveLines       
-b      internalBorder  
-lsp    lineSpace       
-tr     transp  :trandparency(0-255)
-trc    transpColor     :color for transparcy. Effective only when -tr 255 
-/+top  topmost 
-cd     chdir   
-x      exec    : specify shell 
-tl     title
-c      config  :sprcify config file
-e              : execute command (e.g. ckw -e octave)

width x hight + position X + position Y 
(- means origin is lower right.  )

Font size of ckw should be same as that of cmd.



--- David Grundberg wrote:

> Tatsuro MATSUOKA skrev:
> > Hello
> > 
> > --- David Grundberg wrote:
> > 
> >> But I think we got to have a terminal emulator and true readline
> >> functionality.  We simply can't have a command line interface without
> >> it.  That's doable on true posix systems, but on Windows it's probably a
> >> lot of work.  octavede runs under cygwin, not "true" win32. Actually,
> >> just having a glorified/themed terminal emulator on win32, even without
> >> a visual editor/debugger, would probably do much to help.  Maybe we
> >> should ship rxvt in the next Octave For Windows package?
> > 
> > Octave on MinGW is "true win32".  Octave on MinGW32 is now working on win32 
> > command prompt.
> > Tools like readline, ncursus etc for win32 are prepared by Benjamin.
> > 
> Yes, I know.  I've compiled Octave on mingw myself.  I was referring to
> OctaveDE, where I wasn't as lucky.  But apparently I was wrong.
> OctaveDE can be built on mingw.  I just didn't try hard enough, or
> something.
> > For copy and paste, quick edit mode is useful.
> >
> > 
> > Although command prompt with quick edit mode is not useful as terminal 
> > emulator on unixy
> environments,
> > it is not necessary required for windows.
> > 
> Yeah.  But it's still pretty terrible compared to a terminal emulator :)

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