rafael at debian.org
Thu Apr 2 20:56:09 UTC 2009
* Sébastien Villemot <sebastien.villemot at ens.fr> [2009-04-02 14:28]:
> Actually dynare_config.m runs no computation, but only does some path
> manipulations. So if I we adopt your suggestion, the user would first
> have to run "dynare_config" once in an Octave session, then do its
> computations using "dynare" (the top-level function).
> Another solution would be to directly put dynare.m in $(MDIR), which
> would allow users to run Dynare with one command instead of two.
> I think I prefer the second solution, but maybe you have objections to
> that one?
Provided that there is no name conflict with the standard Octave functions,
then I would also prefer the second solution.
What are your plans regarding the arch-dependent files? Would it make
sense to put them in $(OCTDIR), as defined in defs.make?
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