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Re: compiling a stand alone ...

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: compiling a stand alone ...
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 20:21:41 -0500

On 15-Oct-2000, Andy Adler <address@hidden> wrote:

| This gives me less errors (16 instead of 61),
| but I still can't compile. There must be another lib
| that I need.

Look at the libraries required to build Octave (i.e., the octave
target in src/Makefile and the variable definitions in Makeconf).

On some systems, if you have shared versions of liboctave and
libcruft, you will need several libraries even if you never call the
functions in them. Typically this includes libreadline, libkpathsea,
and a termcap or curses library.  If you are using static libraries,
this is usually not a problem.


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