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Note that this step requires the Octave be configured with Java (i.e., you need javac and jar on your system).
 
Note that this step requires the Octave be configured with Java (i.e., you need javac and jar on your system).
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Caution : If you skip this step, mxe-octave tries to build the source available from from the [http://hydra.nixos.org/job/gnu/octave-default/tarball/latest/download hydra site].
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The archive is always slightly older than that the latest on the development source on the repository and has no information for revision.
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==== Step 3: Building the Octave installer====
 
==== Step 3: Building the Octave installer====
 
* be sure to adapt <mxe-octave build>/src/default-octave.mk to read "## No Checksum" at the $(PKG)_CHECKSUM line and  check octave version and archive type (tar.gz rather than tar.bz2). The checksum is only needed when you download a dist archive from the Internet, not so much when you copy it within your own home network, let alone your own computer.
 
* be sure to adapt <mxe-octave build>/src/default-octave.mk to read "## No Checksum" at the $(PKG)_CHECKSUM line and  check octave version and archive type (tar.gz rather than tar.bz2). The checksum is only needed when you download a dist archive from the Internet, not so much when you copy it within your own home network, let alone your own computer.
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