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Matcompat -- simple question?

From: Joshua Rigler
Subject: Matcompat -- simple question?
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 16:09:28 -0700

I just downloaded Paul Kienzle's matcompat package.  It dies on the
second function it tries to compile (  It is claiming that
'sqrt' is undefined.

I'm guessing that my problem may be with the way I compiled octave.  I
did NOT --enable-dl (although I did do --enable-shared and
--enable-lite-kernel.  I am in the process of recompiling, but in the
meantime, would anyone care to comment on my logic?  Is there ANY reason
whatsoever to enable shared and lite-kernel if I failed to enable
dynamic linking?

After re-reading the source documentation, it seems like mkoctfile ought
to still be able to create .oct files.  Even if they can't link to the
dynamic libraries, my interpretation of the configure options says that
the .oct files would then link to static libraries, and only be a lot
bigger.  I certainly didn't expect fundamental functions like "sqrt" to
not be defined.

Please humor and enlighten a relative newbie toC++ programming and
dynamic libraries if my questions seem somewhat naive.


P.S. I'm using Octave 2.1.33 on a RH-7.0 platform (all updates
applied)...just in case this has any relevance.

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