Manual: replace “GNU Octave” by “Octave”

Mentioning that Octave is a GNU project is pointless and maybe even confusing
for users.
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In order to run Dynare, you need one of the following:
* MATLAB version 7.9 (R2009b) or above;
* GNU Octave version 4.2.1 or above, with the statistics package from `Octave-Forge`_.
* Octave version 4.2.1 or above, with the statistics package from `Octave-Forge`_.
The following optional extensions are also useful to benefit from
extra features, but are in no way required:
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* If under MATLAB: the Optimization Toolbox, the Statistics Toolbox,
the Control System Toolbox;
* If under GNU Octave, the following `Octave-Forge`_ packages: ``optim, io,
* If under Octave, the following `Octave-Forge`_ packages: ``optim, io,
control``.
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MATLAB will remember this setting next time you run it.
For GNU Octave
--------------
For Octave
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You need to add the ``matlab`` subdirectory of your Dynare
installation to Octave path, using the ``addpath`` at the Octave
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using the `MATLAB`_ programming language. The latter implies that
commercially-available MATLAB software is required in order to run
Dynare. However, as an alternative to MATLAB, Dynare is also able to
run on top of `GNU Octave`_ (basically a free clone of MATLAB): this
run on top of `Octave`_ (basically a free clone of MATLAB): this
possibility is particularly interesting for students or institutions
who cannot afford, or do not want to pay for, MATLAB and are willing
to bear the concomitant performance loss.
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.. _MATLAB: http://www.mathworks.com/products/matlab/
.. _GNU Octave: http://www.octave.org/
.. _Octave: http://www.octave.org/
.. _CEPREMAP: http://www.cepremap.fr/
.. _web forum: https://forum.dynare.org/
.. _official Dynare website: http://www.dynare.org/
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In practice, the handling of the model file is done in two steps: in
the first one, the model and the processing instructions written by
the user in a *model file* are interpreted and the proper MATLAB or
GNU Octave instructions are generated; in the second step, the program
Octave instructions are generated; in the second step, the program
actually runs the computations. Both steps are triggered automatically
by the ``dynare`` command.
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