
From:  John B. Thoo 
Subject:  Re: Clawpack + Octave? 
Date:  Fri, 31 Jan 2003 16:08:21 0800 
octave:1> plotclaw1 error: `plotclaw1' undefined near line 1 column 1Now, in the Clawpack manual, it says that to use Matlab to view results, "download the directory claw/matlab and then set the environment variable
unix> setenv MATLABPATH ".:\$CLAW/matlab"before starting Matlab, in order to add this directory to your MATLAB search path. This directory contains the routines plotclaw1.m and...."
I have the directory claw/matlab with the mfile plotclaw1.m, but Octave can't find it. How do I set up Octave to know to look for files in claw/matlab? I'm using bash, if that makes a difference.
Thanks. John. On Friday, January 31, 2003, at 08:44 AM, Miquel Cabanas wrote:
hi, On Fri, Jan 31, 2003 at 08:17:35AM 0800, John B. Thoo wrote:Hi. I'm sorry if this may be off topic. I'm interested in using Clawpack, a numerical solver for hyperbolic conservation laws. <http://www.amath.washington.edu/~claw/> Clawpack uses Matlab to plot. Has anyone tried using Clawpack withOctave instead? Or does anyone have any inkling as to how easy or hardit may be to make Clawpack work with Octave? I'm almost a complete newbie to using Octave (and Matlab).my feeling from a fast *really fast* look at the code is that it's quite portable, and that it doesn't use matlab specific stuff (graphical interfaces and the like). Give it a try and post whatever problem you face, indeed, the package authors might appreciate your testing efforts. Miquel  Miquel E Cabanas  SeRMN, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (address@hidden) oooooooooooo
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