Yet another octave GUI
Yaog is an integrated development environment for octave.
Development on yaog has ended. The code nolonger compiles on a recent linux distro. You can get it to compile with a trivial change, but then there is severe run-time issues. Search for an other IDE for Octave. QtOctave looks promising.
I leave rest of the stuff here for reference.
Yaog is meant to make the use of octave easier. For this purpose
The following features are planned to be added soon (some are already availible in the CVS-version)
- Integrated text editor with syntax highlighting.
- Automatic updating of Octave's paths.
Take a look on the screenshot of yaog.
- Full GUI handling of Octave paths. (Add, remove, reorder)
- Graphical mode debugging of Octave.
- Editing of run-time Octave variables.
- Optional integration with GNOME.
An unix with common development tools. (eg GNU or MacOSX).
Mainstream Linux distros ought to work "out of the box".
The followings specific software packages are needed:
You also need a pkg-config that knows the locations of gtk & vte.
- GTK2, version 2.4 or later (+prerequisites)
Note that VTE is a part of GNOME, but doesn't require any other
packages of GNOME. Version 0.13.3, or later suggested.
- Octave, version 2.9.1 or later.
- GtkSourceView is required by the CVS version of yaog.
Get yaog form here. Source only, no binaries.