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Re: Octave-forge and legal issues



Hi.

Quentin Spencer <qspencer ieee org> wrote:

> The octave-forge-mktarball.sh does basically what you described. I'm
> not familiar with the use of NoSource--I figured this out just now from 
> Maximum RPM. Is this the right approach? I haven't built the whole 
> package, but this seems do to what I want.

Why don't you just build from a tarball with the offending source removed?
I do the same for the mp3 decoder in bmp.

-- 
I was just reading a book about chaos. In it, it mentions a
mathematician who did ground breaking work in Chaos theory using his
computer which did a blazing six floating point operations per second.
My computer does 120 million. I haven't discovered shit.  -- Amit Raam


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