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Re: Calling Octave from C++

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: Calling Octave from C++
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 06:36:33 +0900 (JST)

--- andrea.delbravo
> Hello to evrybody, I have e real big issue which jeopardize a 6 months work!!
> I have a very big application in C++ related to air traffic control
> simulation for testing Sense & avoid susyem for unmanned aircraft.
> To define the trajectories of 2 Encounter AC I used an utility developed by
> MIT (Lincoln Lab) written in MATLA that I execute in Octave from C++.
> All wirked very fine until Octave 4.0.0. Now I updated to Octave 4.2.1 and
> the SW crashes (Segmentation failt) inside the interpreter.
> I try all the suggestion inside this forum and almost in all around the WEB.
> I'm really desperate.
> I minimize the code to try to find the solution, and I suppose the problem
> is in the feval call
> If I use id with an Octave function (like gcd) it works fine, while if I
> substitute it with a very simple Octave code written by me that capture and
> show the 2 parameters I passed to gcd, it crashes. It is like it didn't find
> the script, but the OCTAVE_PATH env var is correctly set.
> Any idea?
> Thanks a lot
> Andrea
 Please show us short code to reproduce the fault.

In addition, show us your platform (e.g.
windows 10, ubuntu 16.04).

segmentation fault sometimes relates with platform.


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