|Subject:||Re: Octave 2.9.9 + Octave-Forge 2006.07.09 on x86 MAC OS X 10.4.8 Tiger|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Dec 2006 15:23:40 +1030|
Does your comment about readline incompatibility mean that installing GNU readline (e.g. HMUG's binary of that) in /usr/local/... is the way forward? The two different readlines can co-exist I assume?
I'm wondering if the HMUG octave-forge libraries (binaries) contain a full path to the GNU readline library, or will they always pick up the Apple readline library? Noting there is a way to change the path to the library... install_name_tool -change <path/to/shared/library> <oct file>
I'm only contemplating that ugly hack because I'm also following the agonizing thread started by Matthias...
As I mentioned before, I was going to throw in the towel with HPC + HMUG and start over with just the HMUG binaries of Octave and Octave Forge but I'm not sure about:
1. How to simply and cleanly uninstall the HPC Octave version;
2. How many shared libraries I need to install for HMUG's binaries, I started to install all of the dependencies and noticed some of them were static libraries and therefore presumably not needed unless I want to compile from source.
On 18/12/2006, at 1:22 AM, Marius Schamschula wrote:
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