building octave-4.0.0-rcx on Cygwin

Sat May 9 00:38:00 GMT 2015

>> Hi Tatsuro, 
>> you can test my build of rc4 
>>    setup-x86_64.exe -X -O -s

> Macro 
> I can install them and see the octave-gui and confirm that I can handle
> non-ascii characters in path and > file names. I will test tomorrow
> further. 
> Windows native version cannot handle non-ascii characters in path and file
> names :-(. 

> Thank you for your good job and kindness!!!. 

I can handle multibyte characters encoded utf8 (octave editor uses only utf8
encoding) on terminal window.
(Windows native version uses the codepage. Setting codepage to 65001 does
not solve the problem.)

I am glad the cygwin version octave-4.0 does not suffer the problem as


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