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: Yes, that seems to be what I meant, thank you for linking to the bug report. When I wrote that the syntax is different, I meant that the syntax differed for ''some'' case. I don't think the syntax should differ from that in Matlab in ''any'' case. But why did you remove the note about making sure Octave is compatible with Matlab and vice versa, don't you think that is worth mentioning?  —[[User:Kri|Kri]] ([[User talk:Kri|talk]]) 05:04, 21 September 2014 (PDT)
 
: Yes, that seems to be what I meant, thank you for linking to the bug report. When I wrote that the syntax is different, I meant that the syntax differed for ''some'' case. I don't think the syntax should differ from that in Matlab in ''any'' case. But why did you remove the note about making sure Octave is compatible with Matlab and vice versa, don't you think that is worth mentioning?  —[[User:Kri|Kri]] ([[User talk:Kri|talk]]) 05:04, 21 September 2014 (PDT)
:: I don't think it's worth mentioning on the list of project as it is not a project, just like we do not make reference of the Octave coding standards there. It wouldn't be the right place for it. And even if it was, I disagree with that opinion and considering the amount of Octave features missing from Matlab, I would say that so do most of Octave developers. One should be careful to not implement something that could clash with exiting Matlab functionality but its' perfectly fine to implement things that are missing in Matlab.
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:: I don't think it's worth mentioning on the list of project as it is not a project, just like we do not make reference of the Octave coding standards there. It wouldn't be the right place for it. And even if it was, I disagree with that opinion and considering the amount of Octave features missing from Matlab, I would say that so do most of Octave developers. One should be careful to not implement something that could clash with exiting Matlab functionality but its' perfectly fine to implement things that are missing in Matlab. --[[User:Carandraug|carandraug]] ([[User talk:Carandraug|talk]]) 07:51, 21 September 2014 (PDT)

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repmat different syntax

Regarding your recent changes, the best place to make note of that is on the Octave bug tracker. Also, you did not specify in what case the syntax is different, so I guess, maybe you're referring to this?

Yes, that seems to be what I meant, thank you for linking to the bug report. When I wrote that the syntax is different, I meant that the syntax differed for some case. I don't think the syntax should differ from that in Matlab in any case. But why did you remove the note about making sure Octave is compatible with Matlab and vice versa, don't you think that is worth mentioning? —Kri (talk) 05:04, 21 September 2014 (PDT)
I don't think it's worth mentioning on the list of project as it is not a project, just like we do not make reference of the Octave coding standards there. It wouldn't be the right place for it. And even if it was, I disagree with that opinion and considering the amount of Octave features missing from Matlab, I would say that so do most of Octave developers. One should be careful to not implement something that could clash with exiting Matlab functionality but its' perfectly fine to implement things that are missing in Matlab. --carandraug (talk) 07:51, 21 September 2014 (PDT)