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Re: Concurrently providing mex files for multiple platforms

From: Qianqian Fang
Subject: Re: Concurrently providing mex files for multiple platforms
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2022 12:44:33 -0400
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thanks Carlo - I just registered on discourse and will post the question there. I understood that source based packages are cross-platform, I have created/maintained several octave packages for Debian/Fedora (, and it works fin. However, my question is regarding mex based packages - especially packages that are not distributed via OS-specific software repos. supporting mexext in octave is a solution but I don't know if this is any prior discussion on this.

On 4/21/22 02:09, Carlo De Falco wrote:
First of all, consider moving this discussion to the Octave discourse channel 
here :
Octave is transitioning its help forum there and you will get definitely more 
attention if you write there.

As for your question, the default form of deployment of extensions for Octave 
is in the form of packages :

packages are source based, so they are inherently cross-platform.


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