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Re: loadlibrary... again

From: Jose
Subject: Re: loadlibrary... again
Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2013 16:19:06 +0200
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Hello Marc.

On 11/23/2013 02:18 PM, marcimatz wrote:

sorry for the delay to reply you.
Thanks a lot, this is actually exactly what I need to do.
Would you mind posting 1-2 functions of your mex-file, in order to get an
idea how to start?

I don't quite understand what you mean by 1-2 functions of your mex-file. So I will send you a complete mex file which hopefully will help you to get the idea.

This mex-file is the interface to a library which handles the subscriber part of a publisher/subscriber architecture (using ICE from ZeroC), plus many more things. I was handling the publisher in another mex file, so you will not see the publish method.

The usage from octave is



 -handle: a handle to the objejct.
 -operation: a string specifying the method to call
 -arguments: arguments requited by the particular operation.

The output Out will depend on the operation.

For example:
-Create the object (the first thing you will have to do)
The output is obviously a handle (pointer) to the object.

- Call the subscribe method

- Get a measurement

I guess you get the idea. This is one way to do it, there are others. But this worked fine for me. Notice the functions create_handle, get_object and destroy object from the MEX ObjectHandle library that I mentioned to you in my previous mail. If you decide to try this way, remember to read the thread that I pointed out in my previous mail.

Good luck.


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