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Re: using mkoctfile

From: Paul Thomas
Subject: Re: using mkoctfile
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2004 07:18:42 +0200
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mkoctfile is not an octave function - it is a operating system shell script and, yes, you need the C++ compiler and the include files to build your own functions.

Please take a look at the draft of a dynamically linked function cookbook that I have written

It is still evolving and is missing some paragraphs on exceptions and error handling. However, it will serve to get you started.

Paul T

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