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Wed, 23 Oct 2013 13:18:02 +0000
> > Is there a "no really, be quiet" mode?
> octave -q --norc --eval "warning ('off', 'all')" --persist
Thanks for that - even from using the help for "warning" I don't think I would
have found that.
Unfortunately the warnings to which I object are issued at startup time, which
means the warning command is too late. And while they are suppressed by --norc
(equivalent to -f, I think) that unfortunately also suppresses the path to the
functions I want. So either I need to explicitly add the path to
nelder_mead_min in the .m file or lose the -f.
--persist is the same as -I, I think, and leaves the process hanging, which I
also don't want. Of course if I drop it then it's all fine.
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- Shush!, Damian Harty, 2013/10/23
- Re: Shush!, Olaf Till, 2013/10/23
- RE: Shush!,
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