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Re: hyperg_0F1 doesn't work

From: Peter Soendergaard
Subject: Re: hyperg_0F1 doesn't work
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 09:56:43 +0100 (CET)

Try something like


I reported this on the bug list, but noone has found out why the loading fails for gsl_sf.oct.

The problem seems to be that

which gsl_sf

incorrectly indentifies gsl_sf as a script file, and not as a .oct file. Explicitly loading the function corrects the problem.
This affects all the functions is the gsl library.



On Mon, 4 Dec 2006, Torben Mikael Hansen wrote:


I alread posted this on the octave-dev list but it doesn't seem vary active so
I'll repost it here. Sorry, if you receive it twice.

I have built   and installed octave 2.9.9 and octave-forge 2006.07.09 (also
called 2006-07-10) and tried to use the "hyperg_0F1" function. However it
seems not to be installed.

the "gsl_sf.oct" seems to be build correctly

nm /usr/lib/octave/site/oct/api-v22/i686-suse-linux/octave-forge/gsl_sf.oct\

| grep hyperg

00011860 T FShyperg_0F1_gnu_v3
        U gsl_sf_hyperg_0F1
        U gsl_sf_hyperg_0F1_e
00058950 T _Z11Fhyperg_0F1RK17octave_value_listi

Looking at the build.log seems to me a bit strage, but honestly I don't
really understand it. It seems that the octlink's for gsl are processed
before the "gsl_sf.oct" is built. Is that the correct order?

"coupling_3j", "coupling_6j",  "coupling_9j" are there, but they also have
their own cc-file.


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