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RE: mkoctfile command not found, from linux shell prompt

From: john.2.tomlinson
Subject: RE: mkoctfile command not found, from linux shell prompt
Date: Thu, 14 May 2015 08:25:01 +0000

>Hi John,

>Thanks a lot for your reply. I added the octave installation path to $PATH.

>I tried to compile using mkoctfile from linux shell prompt, I got the 
>following error.

>> mkoctfile src/octv1op1res.cpp -I../clib/src -o  bin/octv1op1res
>src/octv1op1res.cpp:1:24: error: octave/oct.h: No such file or directory
>src/octv1op1res.cpp:9: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type 
>conversion before '(' token

>When I do the same from octave tool, I don't see any error and octv1op1res.oct 
>file is created. Any idea >why I am seeing the above error from linux shell 
>prompt. Do I have to set any other path?


It looks like you may need to add another '-I DIR' to your command line 
pointing at the octave include directory.

Having said this I agree with Tatsuro: your installation doesn't look complete.

John Tomlinson
Radio Planning Tools
BT Radio Platform Team

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