[FieldTrip] Debian packaging of fieldtrip

Tom Holroyd (NIH/NIMH) [E] holroydt at mail.nih.gov
Mon Dec 6 17:16:09 CET 2010

I think Robert answered a lot; I didn't know it ran under Octave 3.2, the last I checked was 3.0.
Anyway, it doesn't need anything from Kurage (kuh-rah-ge -- it's Japanese for Jellyfish). That
stuff is really old anyway.

Michael Hanke wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 04, 2010 at 10:55:42AM -0500, Tom Holroyd wrote:
>>> However, I now discovered that there is a "port" of fieldtrip to octave:
>>> http://kurage.nimh.nih.gov/meglab/Meg/Software
>> That isn't a port, just a few tools written long ago to make some things easier.
> Thanks for the clarification. Do you know who did that? Was it you?
> Where can I find information on what things were made easier?
>> Fieldtrip has changed a great deal since then. Getting it to work correctly
>> under Octave is something that needs to be done by the Fieldtrip developers.
> I agree. Does anyone have experience with or further information about the
> current state of compatibility between fieldtrip and octave?
> Thanks in advance,
> Michael

Dr. Tom
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