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Debugging .oct file building

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Debugging .oct file building
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 11:35:51 -0600

On 14-Dec-2000, Thomas Hoffmann <address@hidden> wrote:

| I have tried to build the simple into an .oct file,
| which I could manage after some additions to the include path and
| using 'gcc' as compiler name instead of 'c++'.
| Now I try to call the oct file from Octave, which tells me:
| oregonator               
| error: unable to load functions from [snipped]octfiles/oregonator.oct
| How can I find out what went wrong with the build process?
| (If it matters: I tried all this on a HP-UX 10.20 system w/ gcc 2.95.3)

OK, but what version of Octave?  Why did you think using gcc would be
the correct thing to do?  What error messages did you see that
prompted you to not use the C++ compiler?

I think you'll have to provide more information before it is likely
that anyone would be able to help you.


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