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RE: Re: MSVC compiler support [patch 13]: glob.h and fnmatch.h

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: RE: Re: MSVC compiler support [patch 13]: glob.h and fnmatch.h
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 11:16:09 -0400

On 25-Oct-2006, address@hidden wrote:

| >> Do you mean a glob library that would be part of octave source tree? Or
| >> an external one?
| > 
| > I would rather not include the glob code in the Octave sources.Perhaps we 
| > distribute it from the same place as Octave, but separately. I also don't 
think it should 
| > be optional.jwe
| It's up to you, although the glob library is only 2 C-files... Then I guess 
the best is to
| package it in such a way that it can be compiled with cccl as well. With a 
few changes,
| I could compile the glob library and use it in octave. The main change was to 
| opendir/readdir/... implementations, as I did already for octave (I simply 
| the code). If glob is package separately, then I guess these utility 
functions could also
| be put there and octave could simply use them, instead of having its own 

OK, please send the modified files and I will reconsider.  Where did
these latest versions of the glob files come from?  How can we be sure
that we keep up with any changes that are made to the upstream


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