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Re: Loading of Matlab 5 Files

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Loading of Matlab 5 Files
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 22:29:28 -0500

On 15-Oct-1997, Andres Weingessel <address@hidden> wrote:

| >>>>> On 14 Oct 1997 10:30:22 +0200,
| >>>>> Martin Holz (MH) wrote:
| MH> Hello Andreas,
| MH> MATLAB v5 can save data in a v4-compatible way, if you don't use
| MH> the new features of v5.   
| MH> From help save: 
| MH> SAVE fname X Y Z  -v4  saves a MAT-file that MATLAB 4 can LOAD.
| Thank you. I know this option. The reason of my question was that the
| exchange of data with Matlab users becomes more difficult, when you
| have to ask them to save the data in a special way. So, if octave
| still wants to be matlab-compatible in the way that I can write programs
| which can be used in octave as well as in matlab, then the
| implementation of the new binary format seems to be necessary.

Are the specs for the Matlab 5 binary file format publicly available?
If so, would anyone be interested in writing the code for Octave?



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