"Matthias Zenker" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > a rit dans le message de
Currently you can:
- select the item you want to watch and click add (drawback: you have to do
this at each stop -> showstopper)
- watch only an element of a matrix, e.g. M(10,3)
- enlarge the size of the watch window (drag its border)
However a horizontal scrollbar is a good idea. I'll add one and since at
first sight it's easy to implement it you'll have it tonight in the cvs
version (HEAD branch) if time permits.
IMHO there is no schedule for unstables. At least there is no public one.
Unpredictable. Scilab team, can you prove I'm wrong?
Your question does not make sense. An unstable is a binary version and you
don't need any compiler to use it.
- when it will be possible to get unstables from the HEAD branch: I have
reasons to think that this won't happen at all, but keep asking maybe
they'll wake up.
- using a recent cvs version on Windows without having M$ VC++ installed:
here progress has been made. Scilab can now be compiled for a few days using
Visual Studio 8 Express Edition and MS Platform SDK Server 2003 R2. No
"Solution" yet, only through makefiles, but it works.