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while "pkg load financial" always loads the latest version of the package.
 
while "pkg load financial" always loads the latest version of the package.
  
=== User case #4: Local installation of packages and Octave ===
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=== User case #4 ===
 
Lisa is using Octave in a remote machine on the biochemistry department.  The
 
Lisa is using Octave in a remote machine on the biochemistry department.  The
 
system administrator installed Octave 3.6.2, signal package 1.2.0, and
 
system administrator installed Octave 3.6.2, signal package 1.2.0, and
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When Octave 3.6.3 is released, Lisa wants to use the new version since it fixes
 
When Octave 3.6.3 is released, Lisa wants to use the new version since it fixes
one bug that has been annoying her for a long time but the system administrator
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one bug that has been aanoying her for a long time but the system administrator
 
does not want to make the update and tells her to build it herself locally
 
does not want to make the update and tells her to build it herself locally
  

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