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compile octave on Linux/Alpha

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: compile octave on Linux/Alpha
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 09:02:31 -0600

On 27-Jan-2001, Yoriaki FUJIMORI <address@hidden> wrote:

| Dear folks,
| I am trying to compile octave on Linux/Alpha with Compaq's ccc/cxx/fort
| compiler kit.  Files that must be compiled by ccc and fort are well
| compiled, but c++ files are not compiled at all by Compaq's cxx.
| I should be very happy, if some kind soul could tell me tricks how
| to do compilation or pointers.
| Meanwhile, octave compiled by Compaq's ccc and fort and GNU's g++
| is twice as fast.

You don't say which version of Octave you are using, but I think you
will have much better luck with the current development sources
(versions numbered 2.1.xx or the latest CVS).  I've copmiled those
with Sun's C++ compiler and generated a working binary, but not
without some extra effort.


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