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Re: gui front end for Octave for Windows - was: Woctave-another gui fron
Re: gui front end for Octave for Windows - was: Woctave-another gui front end
Fri, 21 Dec 2012 15:06:28 -0600
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On 12/21/2012 05:48 AM, Wolfgang Lindner wrote:
> I recommended to use UPM-Octave Release 6 for Windows.
> Some hints:
> . you can change the language to english
> just removing the languages directory under the bin directory.
> That should enjoy your students.
That worked great. Thank you.
> . Currently you have to download packages for octave homepage
> and then install it inside UPM using pkg install/load commands
> just like in Octave.
I tried this with odepkg. Unfortunately it didn't work, because octave
has to build some of the source code. So what I did instead was to
simply download ode45.m from a web site, and it works great. It was
able to solve the lorenz attractor, and basically this about all I will
But really the packages need to be prebuilt before they can be
installed. (ode45 is itself a matlab file, but odepkg also includes
some rather high powered solvers that need to be compiled using fortran.)
> It works along the command lines in the command window:
>> s = input("package name: ","s");
>> tar([s '.tar'],s);
>> gzip([s '.tar']);
>> pkg install s.tar.gz
>> pkg list
> You find complete instuctions and examples e.g. in the
> nice online book from Jesper Schmidt Hansen.
> Israel Herraiz plans to automate this process using
> menus in the next release Octave-UPM-R7-forWindows.