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Old 10-28-2003, 03:26 AM   #1
swifty99uk
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Question Creating Standalone Application using Octave


Hi, I am trying to call Octave via GNU c++ in order to create a standalone application, which can use Octave's mathematical functions

I am trying to implement the "hello octave world" code, which uses Octave's array class, from Da Coda Al Fine: octave.sourceforge.net/coda/c1359.html

When I run the makefile I get a lot of "undefined reference" errors:
e.g. /usr/loi/octave-2.1.35/libcruft.so: undefined reference to 'dlange_'
These errors only refer to 'liboctave' and 'libcruft'.

I am using octave v 2.1.35 and g++ v 2.96. Running on Redhat v 7.3.

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