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[https://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave MXE-Octave] was forked 2012 from the [https://mxe.cc/ MXE project] and is useful for building Octave in the following scenarios<ref>[https://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave/file/6836b2f08479/README MXE-Octave README] text by [[User:jwe|jwe]].</ref>:
 
[https://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave MXE-Octave] was forked 2012 from the [https://mxe.cc/ MXE project] and is useful for building Octave in the following scenarios<ref>[https://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave/file/6836b2f08479/README MXE-Octave README] text by [[User:jwe|jwe]].</ref>:
  
# Cross-compilation for MS Windows (see also [[Windows Installer]]) and other platforms.
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# Cross-compilation for MS Windows (see also [[Windows_Installer]]) and other platforms.
 
# Building Octave on outdated Linux systems (e.g. only an old GCC version is available).
 
# Building Octave on outdated Linux systems (e.g. only an old GCC version is available).
 
# Building Octave without root permission.
 
# Building Octave without root permission.

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