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Recently some work has been done in maintaining a unified build system mxe-octave (a fork of [http://mxe.cc/ MXE]) which anyone can use to produce cross as well as native builds of GNU Octave for Windows and Mac OS X platforms. This page contains instructions about creating a Windows installer using mxe-octave.
 
Recently some work has been done in maintaining a unified build system mxe-octave (a fork of [http://mxe.cc/ MXE]) which anyone can use to produce cross as well as native builds of GNU Octave for Windows and Mac OS X platforms. This page contains instructions about creating a Windows installer using mxe-octave.
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==Installing requirements of MXE Octave==
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MXE Octave requires a recent Unix system where all components as stated below are installed.
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===Debian (GNU/kFreeBSD & GNU/Linux)===
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aptitude install -R autoconf automake bash bison bzip2 \
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                    cmake flex gettext git g++ intltool \
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                    libffi-dev libtool libltdl-dev openssl libssl-dev \
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                    libxml-parser-perl make patch perl \
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                    pkg-config scons sed unzip wget \
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                    xz-utils yasm
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On 64-bit Debian, install also:
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aptitude install -R g++-multilib libc6-dev-i386
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If you are using Ubuntu, then you can do apt-get install foo instead of aptitude install -R foo
    
Steps to create Windows Installer
 
Steps to create Windows Installer
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