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Re: simple GUI using Qt

From: Martijn
Subject: Re: simple GUI using Qt
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 22:00:48 +0200

Hi Pantxo,
Feel free to make a GUI if you enjoy doing so, i.e. the activity of the
programming. But I suggest you to pick the GUI you like best and
contribute to that one. Within a few months we will switch to 16 bit
integers to count GUI's for octave.


On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 18:41 +0200, pantxo diribarne wrote:
> Hello list,
> I am running octave  on Mac os 10.5.8 (J. Salort's 3.4.0 binary) and I
> would like to be able to add very simple GUI to octave using Qt.   
> I am currently able to compile simple GUI octfiles  (such as a file
> browser, see attached) specifying qmake that it should use mkoctfile
> as compiler. 
> Back in octave, when I have called such an UI, the behaviour becomes
> unstable : if I try to load a non builin function (here GetMax),
> octave crashes
> octave-3.4.0:174> help GetMax
> Assertion failed: (nread == 1), function handle_number, file lex.ll,
> line 2367.
> panic: Abort trap -- stopping myself...
> Are octfiles a good way to do that? Does the problem come from the way
> I launch an application (QApplication) inside an octfile?
> Thanks in advance.
> Pantxo
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