Commit 6243472c authored by Sébastien Villemot's avatar Sébastien Villemot

Stop claiming that we support Windows XP and Vista

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<section class="dynare_section" id="snapshot_content1">
<p>
Compatible with Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/10), MATLAB (R2009b and later) and
Compatible with Windows (7/8/10), MATLAB (R2009b and later) and
Octave (5.1.0 only,
<a href="https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave/windows/octave-5.1.0-w64-installer.exe">64-bit</a>
or <a href="https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave/windows/octave-5.1.0-w32-installer.exe">32-bit</a>)
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<section class="dynare_section" id="stable_content1">
<p>
Compatible with Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/10), MATLAB (R2007b and later) and
Compatible with Windows (7/8/10), MATLAB (R2007b and later) and
Octave (4.4.1 only,
<a href="https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave/windows/octave-4.4.1-w64-installer.exe">64-bit</a>
or <a href="https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave/windows/octave-4.4.1-w32-installer.exe">32-bit</a>)
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```
>> addpath C:\dynare\{{ dynare_stable_version }}\matlab
```
If you don't want to type this command every time you run Octave, you can put it in a file called `.octaverc` in your home directory. This file will usually be called `C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\.octaverc` on Windows XP and `C:\Users\USERNAME\.octaverc` on Windows Vista/7.
If you don't want to type this command every time you run Octave, you can put it in a file called `.octaverc` in your home directory. This file will usually be called `C:\Users\USERNAME\.octaverc`.
## Running and editing a Dynare example on Windows
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