Re: [Pkg-octave-devel] Dynare: git, matlab, testsuite
* Sébastien Villemot <email@example.com> [2009-05-25 14:36]:
> I'll use the Git repository once you've created it.
I am preparing the repo as I write this lines.
> Learning Git is a good investment anyways.
Yes, definitely. You will never want to come back to Subversion once you
will have learned Git.
>> Do the user need the whole Matlab installation for this step?
> My understanding is that the most basic installation of Matlab, without
> any toolbox, is able to compile MEX files. It relies on gcc.
This is precisely my question: does it require more than just gcc, e.g. a
library provided by Matlab? There is mex support in Octave and I am
wondering whether we could generate the binaries entirely in Debian.