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1d) The above works on at least one OS (probably GNU/Linux).   
 
1d) The above works on at least one OS (probably GNU/Linux).   
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2a) PyTave converts various Python objects into appropriate Octave objects: extend this in some way to improve the way @sym objects are returned from Python.  That is, bypass the current generating of xml strings. This could be done in some
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2a) PyTave converts various Python objects into appropriate Octave objects. PyTave needs to be extended to return proper @pyobj when it cannot convert the object. Also, symbolic must be able to convert such objects to @sym objects by calling proper python functions via PyTave (if they are indeed @sym).  That is, bypass the current generating of xml strings.
non-optimal way initially, such as hardcoding specifics of @sym objects into PyTave. 
      
2b) Improve the BIST test set coverage of both PyTave and Symbolic for any new features added.   
 
2b) Improve the BIST test set coverage of both PyTave and Symbolic for any new features added.   
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3) Improve on 2a) with some TBD mechanism: perhaps a pure m-file callback feature in the PyTave export code.   
 
3) Improve on 2a) with some TBD mechanism: perhaps a pure m-file callback feature in the PyTave export code.   
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4) The above works on both GNU/Linux and MS Windows.
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4) The above works on both GNU/Linux and MS Windows.
    
=== Time-line ===
 
=== Time-line ===

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