|Subject:||Re: windows with octave|
|Date:||Sun, 26 Jun 2011 20:03:25 +0200|
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Am Sonntag, 26. Juni 2011, 15:50:06 schrieb Eduardo J. Adam:
> Someone know which is the best alternative to build windows with octave?
> I'm working with the following function:
> [in, out, pid] = popen2("xmlwidget", "rw")
> Are there another options?
I guess you ask for making a gui for your octave scripts?
There are several options which come to my mind:
Use the java package from octave forge and code the gui in java which can be called via the package from octave.
Use pytave (which are python bindings, which embedd octave into a python program.
Or use zenity from octave forge
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