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Re: MATLAB-C program including mex files compilation in Octave

From: Priyanka Akavaram
Subject: Re: MATLAB-C program including mex files compilation in Octave
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2017 16:19:01 +0100

Dear  Andy,

Thank you for answering my query, i really appreciate it! Will try this once again.

Wishing you a great weekend :)


On 2 Dec 2017 3:08 p.m., "Andreas Weber" <address@hidden> wrote:
Am 16.11.2017 um 20:59 schrieb Priyanka Akavaram:
> I am a new octave user. I have been trying to execute a MATLAB - C
> program which included mex files in OCTAVE. The program is about

So you only have the compile mex file and not the source for it? If you
have the source you can compile it using mkoctfile as Kai explained.

If you only have the compiled mex, things get complicated. Here

someone was able to run a mex file in GNU Octave.

I know there was a discussion on the help mailinglist in 2013 if this is
a GPL violation or now and RMS (sic!) was involved and as far as I
remember his interpretation was that it's okay to let users run a
proprietary binary file.

Hope this helps, Andy

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