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DOCSTRINGS up to date

From: Samir Sharshar
Subject: DOCSTRINGS up to date
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 10:07:10 +0100

Hi all,

I've post a few days ago a compilation error octave 2.1.64 with gcc 3.3 from apple.

I get the following

making doc-files
DOC_FILES = balance.df besselj.df betainc.df bitfcns.df chol.df colloc.df daspk.df dasrt.df dassl.df data.df debug.df defaults.df defun.df det.df dirfns.df dynamic-ld.df eig.df error.df expm.df fft.df fft2.df fftn.df fftw_wisdom.df file-io.df filter.df find.df fsolve.df gammainc.df gcd.df getgrent.df getpwent.df getrusage.df givens.df help.df hess.df input.df inv.df kron.df lex.df load-save.df lpsolve.df ls-oct-ascii.df lsode.df lu.df mappers.df minmax.df oct-hist.df oct-procbuf.df odessa.df ov-cell.df ov-fcn-handle.df ov-fcn-inline.df ov-int16.df ov-int32.df ov-int64.df ov-int8.df ov-list.df ov-re-mat.df ov-streamoff.df ov-struct.df ov-typeinfo.df ov-uint16.df ov-uint32.df ov-uint64.df ov-uint8.df ov-usr-fcn.df ov.df pager.df parse.df pinv.df pr-output.df pt-arg-list.df pt-assign.df pt-mat.df pt-misc.df pt-plot.df qr.df quad.df qz.df rand.df schur.df sighandlers.df sort.df sqrtm.df strfns.df svd.df syl.df symtab.df syscalls.df sysdep.df time.df toplev.df utils.df variables.df
g++ -fast -mdynamic-no-pic -o gendoc
./gendoc > DOCSTRINGS-t
make -C ../../scripts DOCSTRINGS
make[4]: `DOCSTRINGS' is up to date.
g++ -fast -mdynamic-no-pic -o munge-texi
making arith.texi from arith.txi
make[3]: *** [arith.texi] Error 138
make[2]: *** [interpreter] Error 2
make[1]: *** [doc] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

An exhaustive research on octave mailing list and google gave no real results...

Is any way to deal with this error ?

Before the error, all compiled fine with xlf_r fortran compiler from IBM and arguments to tune both fortran compiler and gcc to deal fine with smp and G5 architecture...

As I can see, DOCSTRINGS is well-structured with a ascii code 31 before each item...

Thanks in advance for your help,


Samir Sharshar MD
INSERM Lille France

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