Am 27.04.2022 um 15:06 schrieb tenghuanbin(a)foxmail.com:
Since Gretl has already got the Octave support, and Scilab, which
a great econometrics toolbox "Grocer", may be better than Octave in
economic practice, will gretl add the Scilab support for users?
Thank a lot! _______________________________________________
Hi, first of all sorry for the delay, somehow your message almost was
forgotten, probably because nobody has a good answer.
You must be talking about the "foreign" language interface in gretl. In
principle I agree it would be "nice to have" also a link to Scilab.
Somebody would need to write the glue functions for that, and it's a
question of priorities.
We cannot promise anything at this point, but would you be ready to
cover the Scilab side? What I mean are --for example-- analogues for the
"gretl_loadmat" and "gretl_export" functions written in the Octave
language (see section 46.2 of the user guide).