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RE: Octave V0 or V1 available

From: Hickey Rob (ED-TS/ENG4-Wm ED-TS/PRS-Wm)
Subject: RE: Octave V0 or V1 available
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2019 21:21:04 +0000

Thanks for getting back to me.


I’m looking but haven’t found the source for version 0.60.


Any suggestions where to look?

From: Jeffrey Layton <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2019 11:37 AM
To: Carlo De Falco <address@hidden>
Cc: Hickey Rob (ED-TS/ENG4-Wm ED-TS/PRS-Wm) <address@hidden>; address@hidden
Subject: Re: Octave V0 or V1 available


You might be thinking of Matlab where Cleve wrote the very first versions all in Fortran.

You'll have to Google around for the sources but I think they stored somewhere.





On Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 3:31 PM Carlo De Falco <address@hidden> wrote:


Il giorno 16 dic 2019, alle ore 11:52, Hickey Rob (ED-TS/ENG4-Wm ED-TS/PRS-Wm) via Help list for GNU Octave <address@hidden> ha scritto:


Hi Octave,


Are ancient fortran versions of octave available anywhere?


From the era of say  1980-1990.




Octave is an old project, but not that old!


You can find a history of releases here :



all old versions are available on GNU ftp servers but AFAIK none of them was ever written in fortran.






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