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To compile and create the application bundle yourself, see the instructions on [[Create_a_MacOS_X_App_Bundle_Using_Homebrew|how to create the bundle using Homebrew]]. (See instructions on [[Create_a_MacOS_X_App_Bundle_Using_MacPorts|how to create a bundle using Macports]] for reference, but this approach is not currently being used.)
 
To compile and create the application bundle yourself, see the instructions on [[Create_a_MacOS_X_App_Bundle_Using_Homebrew|how to create the bundle using Homebrew]]. (See instructions on [[Create_a_MacOS_X_App_Bundle_Using_MacPorts|how to create a bundle using Macports]] for reference, but this approach is not currently being used.)
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==Octave 4.0.2 VM installer for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, (OS X 10.12 Sierra in beta)==
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==Octave 4.0.2 VM installer for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and OS X 10.11 El Capitan==
 
[http://deepneural.blogspot.fr/p/welcome.html Configuration files] that cause Vagrant to automatically download and configure an Octave 4.0.2 server VM under OS X including 10.10 Yosemite and 10.11 El Capitan. The install process pulls down Octave 4.0.2 from the repository. All software used in running this server VM is open source (Vagrant, VirtualBox, Octave). The Octave GUI and graphics will display seamlessly on the Mac via the Mac's native X-windows server, while the server runs headless.. The recommended configuration ensures that by default user files written by the GUI are in a folder shared with the Mac's filesystem, and the VM suspends automatically when the user quits the GUI. Any edited files then persist in the Mac's shared folder.
 
[http://deepneural.blogspot.fr/p/welcome.html Configuration files] that cause Vagrant to automatically download and configure an Octave 4.0.2 server VM under OS X including 10.10 Yosemite and 10.11 El Capitan. The install process pulls down Octave 4.0.2 from the repository. All software used in running this server VM is open source (Vagrant, VirtualBox, Octave). The Octave GUI and graphics will display seamlessly on the Mac via the Mac's native X-windows server, while the server runs headless.. The recommended configuration ensures that by default user files written by the GUI are in a folder shared with the Mac's filesystem, and the VM suspends automatically when the user quits the GUI. Any edited files then persist in the Mac's shared folder.
  
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