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RE: Re: General--Mathematica and Subversion

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  • Subject: [mg72004] RE: [mg71990] Re: General--Mathematica and Subversion
  • From: "Owen, HL \(Hywel\)" <h.l.owen at>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 06:17:52 -0500 (EST)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Pein [mailto:petsie at] 
> Sent: 07 December 2006 11:26
> To: mathgroup at
> Subject: [mg71990] Re: General--Mathematica and Subversion
> Chris Chiasson schrieb:
> > Subversion is really nice. On Gentoo, it has a fairly easy 
> repository 
> > install - probably true on other distros as well. For some reason, 
> > Workbench seems faster than regular Eclipse - even with "the same"
> > plugins installed (I imagine Eclipse comes with a lot of 
> stuff that is 
> > taken out of Workbench, but I would be hard pressed to name what it 
> > is).
> > 
> I do not have got enough experience with these program 
> systems. But let me
> guess: The subversion application has been compiled to native 
> code whereas eclipse is Java, slow, big, undesirable?
> As I said, just a guess.
> b.t.w. and OT: The functionality of eclipse pleased me the 
> two times I used it so far. Is there a version available, 
> which has been compiled with GNU's gcj?
On a related point, I would like to configure Workbench under Windows XP
to compile Fortran. What I am looking for is a simple, free installation
of Fortran under Windows, in a form that I can write and compile within
Eclipse. I have seen Min-GW/g95 and Photran. 2 questions:
a) Is this the right combination?
b) Does anyone know of a step-by-step guide for installing and
configuring the whole thing? This is assuming I have a 'bare' PC to
start with - no Cygwin, no Min-GW, nothing.

I have tried a few 'all you need' installers but even when I RTFM I
haven't yet a working compile going.


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