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RE: Function Call From Inside A Command File

From: Damian Harty
Subject: RE: Function Call From Inside A Command File
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2013 16:59:36 +0000

> > call 
> > C:\Octave\Octave3.6.4_gcc4.6.2_20130408\Octave3.6.4_gcc4.6.2\bin\octave.exe 
> > -qf weave_damping.m>
> This is most likely because you have passed the -f option to octave in your 
> command line above. If you look at octave
> --help or read about command line options in the manual [1], you'll notice 
> that -f tells Octave to not load
> initialization files. This is probably why your script is not seeing 
> functions from packages or other non-default paths
> when called this way.
> Can you say why you thought it was necessary to add the -f option or where 
> you saw that done in case there's
> some documentation we need to fix?

I tried it without the -f and now it works as advertised.

I got the -f suggestion from

Thanks for the help. I may have another question slightly further along the 
road shortly...





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