[kde-edu]: Octave backend for Cantor - Any interest?

Miha Čančula miha.cancula at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 18:12:51 CEST 2010

There's an idea for a Octave backend in Cantor an the Techbase page. We're 
doing a numerical methods course in school this year, and we're using octave, 
so I'm used to it. I would also like a nice graphical front-end, and this 
would be a nice project for Summer of Code.

The things is, there's also QtOctave, which is Qt-only, but still quite 
alright. I use it for my assighnments and found it has a few quirks, but is 
usable as is.

What I'm wondering is: is there any interest for an octave plugin while 
there's already a (not as nice, but still) graphical frontend for it?
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