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compiling 2.1.x on freeBSD

From: Al Goldstein
Subject: compiling 2.1.x on freeBSD
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 16:18:48 -0800 (PST)

My experience is that FreeBSD3.2 builds right out of the box on 2.0.x
but I've tried several (about 6 or so) 2.1.X sources all of which had compile
errors. Does anyone know of a 2.1.x that will compile on FreeBSD?

To JWE. Are there any plans to incorporate ATLAS in a future release of Octave?

A friend of mine made and peddles "Omatrix", a matlab clone for Windows. He 
said that since he installed the Intel blas, Omatrix runs 3 to 5 times faster 
than Matlab.

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