[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: experimental octave-3.4.2-2
Fri Sep 23 18:26:00 GMT 2011
embarassing package error.
3.4.2-3 on the way to replace it
On 9/22/2011 11:48 AM, Marco atzeri wrote:
> New experimental versions 3.4.2-2 of
> are available in the Cygwin distribution:
> CYGWIN CHANGES
> This is a cygwin bug fix release of 3.4.2-1
> With a work around at the previous crash when running
> graphics_toolkit ("fltk")
> please test on the various MS system and confirm
> that the workaround is effective.
> Fully tested on XP-SP3 and recent cygwin snapshots.
> KNOWN BUGS
> On cygwin-1.7.9 the plotting function is working very bad.
> This is due to a fork bug and is not an octave bug.
> Any cygwin snapshots after 2011-06-01 solve the issues,
> so the next cygwin-1.7.10 will definetely remove the bug.
> HOW TO INSTALL
> Running cygwin setup, at "Select Packages" window, select
> "Exp" instead of "Curr" on the upper right corner.
> This selection will make version 3.4.2-2 available
> instead of current 3.4.2-1.
> The GNU Octave language for numerical computations
> Octave is a (mostly Matlab (R) compatible)
> high-level language, primarily intended for
> numerical computations. It provides a convenient
> command-line interface for solving linear and
> nonlinear problems numerically.
> Marco Atzeri
> If you have questions or comments, please send them to the
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