*Implement some functions for interprocess communication: bind, accept, connect, gethostbyname, etc.
*The installation process should also install octave.el. This needs to detect the appropriate Emacs binary to use to byte-compile the .el file. Following GNU Emacs philosophy, installation would be into $(prefix)/share/emacs/site-lisp by default, but it should be selectable.
*The ability to transparently handle very large files: Juhana K Kouhia <email@example.com> wrote: