Macports and Octave packages
lanceboyle at qwest.net
Fri Nov 23 16:26:44 PST 2012
Thanks as always for your efforts.
I went ahead and installed octave-devel (3.6.3) from macports and tried designing a filter using ellip(bla bla) from the signals package and it worked, so apparently the new installation is finding my older installed add-ons. I suppose there is an octave configuration file for add-ons somewhere that I set up earlier with my non-macports 3.4 version that is still functioning correctly with the new macports version 3.6.3. So that will get me by for the time being but it will be nice to be able to maintain current add-on versions more easily in the future.
On Nov 23, 2012, at 12:12 AM, Aljaž Srebrnič wrote:
> Hey Jerry!
> Unfortunately the octave add-on packages are not working correctly right now. This is due to some changes that the octave guys did when handling add-ons with the newer versions. I'm working on fixing them, but I'm running a little low on time. I hope I'll get them up and running in December.
> On 21/nov/2012, at 23:41, Jerry <lanceboyle at qwest.net> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> How does Macports handle Octave add-on packages? Does one merely install the port for the desired package(s) and it "just works" or is there a process of telling Octave where they are etc.
>> I still use Octave and add-ons and related plotting things all outside of Macports but I'm thinking about committing my Octave life fully to Macports, including Gnuplot and Aquaterm.
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> Aljaž Srebrnič
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