Talk:Octave and separate toolchain

Revision as of 07:04, 20 January 2020 by Siko1056 (talk | contribs)

Isn't MXE Octave doing the job of compiling the whole toolchain, even if there exists one on a Linux distribution? At least this was the point I found annoying and decided to create a more "lightweight" solution especially for the 64 bit indexing. https://github.com/siko1056/GNU-Octave-enable-64

- The page needs transposition to current versions, but nothing changed much. This page shows how to build any gcc toolchain, with perfect control of any details, which is not covered by mxe IIURC. Agreed that mxe looks simpler and should be recommended. [Ederag]

The talk function of this wiki is hardly used. Consider using the Octave mailing-lists if you want more feedback than only by me ;-) Sure, I just marked the page as outdated, that no one gets the idea it actually builds a state-of-the art Octave. If you want to maintain this page, feel free to do so and remove the badge of the top of the page. Siko1056 (talk) 07:04, 20 January 2020 (PST)
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