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To compile Octave, you will need a recent version of GNU Make. You will also need g++ 2.7.2 or later. Version 2.8.0 or egcs 1.0.x should work. Later versions may work, but C++ is still evolving, so don't be too surprised if you run into some trouble.
It is no longer necessary to have libg++, but you do need to have the GNU implementation of libstdc++. If you are using g++ 2.7.2, libstdc++ is distributed along with libg++, but for later versions, libstdc++ is distributed separately. For egcs, libstdc++ is included with the compiler distribution.
<em>You must have gnu make to compile octave</em>. Octave's Makefiles use features of GNU Make that are not present in other versions of make. GNU Make is very portable and easy to install.
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