Using Octave in C or C++

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Using Octave in C or C++

Post by VK8DOD » Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:00 pm

If any of you folks use Octave in C, I've come across a problem that I can't solve.
My octave implementation in Fedora 16 is up to date.
The octave manual on the webpage and also sourceforge talks about a general octave function library called 'oct.h' that should reside in the <src> directory of octave.
Fedora16's implementation of octave does not have this file or folder.
I think the manual was written for another or older linux version and has not yet been revised at this section.
I've tried the regular linux forums but no one has any answers yet.

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Re: Using Octave in C or C++

Post by VK8DOD » Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:17 pm

Don't worry, solved it, thank god for internet forums.

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Re: Using Octave in C or C++

Post by ADMIN » Sat Jul 21, 2012 4:00 pm

VK8DOD wrote:...thank god for internet forums.
I think you mean, thank God for people who bother to post on internet forums. :wink:

It's examples like this that reiterates the fundamental point behind this topic about lurkers.

Glad you found out whatever it was too. :D
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Re: Using Octave in C or C++

Post by VK2LK » Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:46 pm

What was the fix for Octave?
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Re: Using Octave in C or C++

Post by VK8DOD » Tue Jul 24, 2012 2:06 am

Missing a library. I was updating through the updater gui in Fedora and while updating one of the other packages came across a bug with deprecated packages ( I think it's a bug), so I started using yum. However, :roll: when you use the CLI, you need to know exactly what you want.

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