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Re: mexfile and octave

Subject: Re: mexfile and octave
Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2000 15:15:53 +0100

Paul Kienzle wrote:

> No, there is no mex file support in octave.  It shouldn't be that
> difficult to do, but nobody has done it yet.  There is no useful
> documentation on how to write octave files.  I used the octave
> sources (src/DLD-FUNCTIONS/*.cc in 2.1.x, grep DEFUN_DLD src/*.cc in
> 2.0.x).  There is no interface layer used.  Instead, internal octave
> structures are used directly.  If you let me know which mx functions
> you use, I may be able to tell you the equivalent octave constructs.

    This library use a lot of mx functions. So, I will try to rewrite it
from scratch...
Thank you for your help.


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