|Subject:||Re: Why isn't Symbolic included in Octave from the installation? - Windows|
|Date:||Sun, 19 Feb 2017 21:55:57 -0500|
On Feb 19, 2017 8:22 PM, "Colin Macdonald" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I've replied with address@hidden CC'd. Hope that's ok!
> On 18/02/17 00:25, Daniel Mårtensson wrote:
>> When I try to install your symbolic package why throught the command pkg
>> install -forge symbolic I got this message.
> >> pkg install -forge symbolc
> >> error: get_forge_pkg: could not read URL, please verify internet connection
There is a current, known bug with the Windows version of pkg. It's not possible to use the -forge option or update due to security certificate issues. The bug has been fixed and will be part of the next release. Until then you can download and install package files manually.
>> Would it not be good if Symbolic is allready included in the
>> installation package? The other packages for the Windows installation
>> are included.
From what I've seen Symbolic is a bit more complicated to install because it may need to tie into external software (python), and it doesn't know where that might be located. There is an all in one bundled version that could be included, but for some reason they chose not to. Perhaps some people would prefer the ability to tie to their existing python install rather than using the bundled one? In anybcase you should be able to grab either one and install it manually.
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