brew tap dpo/openblasPin the repository
brew tap-pin dpo/openblasNow, install a development snapshot of octave (with GUI and java)
brew install dpo/openblas/octave --devel --with-qt --with-javaMacOS and Linux users with HiDPI screen will enjoy improved plotting thanks to the fixes of jpswensen for bug #49053.
I use Alfred as a quickstarter of programs and scripts. I just wrote a new workflow “Apple Color Lists” to quickly access the definition of the system colors. Install and type
clr [colorname] to use it.
By the way: TU Darmstadt people might want to fetch the color list
TU Darmstadt.clr which defines all university colors and put it in
Finally, GNU Octave 4.2 was released (also see the new shiny website). It comes with
odeget and some
odeXX compatible time steppers that have been developed with contributions within recent GSOC and SOCIS projects.
macOS users can get the release already today by using homebrew as usual
brew install octave
The graphical user interface of Octave 4.0 can only be compiled with Qt4. Homebrew is dropping 4.x support and moving towards 5.x. Several Octave dependencies have already been updated (e.g. Qscintilla2, see e.g. this issue. However, the upcoming Octave 4.2 (release is scheduled for September 2016) will have full Qt5 as discussed here.The standard installation uses the command line interface. If you need Octave with graphical user interface then this should work
brew update brew upgrade #to get the latest qscintilla brew install octave --with-gui --HEADUpdate: The post has been edited on Aug 20 since the new formula is now available in homebrew’s science repository.
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