You are right, g++ 4.1.2 was used for
compiling the .oct file and octave. I am working remote on someone else's
computer. Apparently he made some more modifications to his computer
than just reinstalling octave . This included an upgrade from g++
4.0.4 to g++ 4.1.2.
A rebuild of the Debian package has
been conducted. The source did not come from octave.org.
address@hidden schrieb am 05.07.2006 09:23:44:
> On 7/5/06, address@hidden
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> > ok, to make sure the same compiler was used for compiling octave
> > compiling my .oct file, I reinstalled octave from the sources.
> Did you rebuild (Debian?) package, or did you get sources from
> Are you sure you have only one octave installed? (You may have
> one in /usr/bin and another in /usr/local/bin e.g.)
> > The used compiler was g++ 4.0.4. The problem still occurs. I
> But your bug report says:
> C++ compiler: /usr/bin/g++, version 4.1.2
> Perhaps this is the problem?
> > attached bug report enables someone to track down the problem.
> > Matthias
> Sorry for not being more helpful.