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non port: misc/gretl/files/patch-lib__src__gretl_matrix.c

Number of commits found XX: 2

Mon, 4 Jun 2007
[ 11:34 edwin ] Original commit 
1.1379 MOVED
1.456 math/Makefile
1.60 math/gretl/Makefile
1.853 misc/Makefile
1.60 misc/gretl/Makefile
1.34 misc/gretl/distinfo
1.3 misc/gretl/files/
1.8 misc/gretl/files/
1.6 misc/gretl/files/
1.8 misc/gretl/files/

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Move misc/gretl to math/gretl; add secondary category of finance

        gretl is used in the mathematical analysis of time series,
        and has a functionality that is similar to various statistical
        and signal processing components of it++, octave, scilab,
        R, numpy/scipy, etc. -- most of which are in the math
        category.  It should really be placed there, rather than
        in misc.  In recognition of the fact that it implements
        some methods that are commonly (but not exclusively!) used
        in econometrics, it should also be given a secondary listing
        in finance.  (In my opinion, however, it shouldn't be given
        a primary listing in that category, because most of the
        ports there deal with the nuts-and-bolts of accounting,
        payment methods, taxes, and stock tracking.  To my knowledge,
        the only ports now in finance that remotely resemble gretl
        are quantlib, xtrader, and qtstalker, all of which employ
        simpler methods that are more specific to financial time
        series than are the more general methods in gretl.

PR:             ports/113052
Submitted by:   bf <>
Tue, 17 Apr 2007
[ 19:21 miwi ] Original commit 
1.57 misc/gretl/Makefile
1.32 misc/gretl/distinfo
1.4 misc/gretl/files/patch-configure
1.1 misc/gretl/files/patch-lib__src__gretl_matrix.c
1.1 misc/gretl/files/patch-plugin__oprobit.c
1.9 misc/gretl/files/
1.31 misc/gretl/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.6.2

PR:             111624
Submitted by:   KATO Tsuguru <>

Number of commits found XX: 2

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