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Re: Possible to using java jar classes?

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: Possible to using java jar classes?
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 01:00:53 -0400
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Tom Clerckx wrote:

Is it possible to use java classes/"scripts" in octave?
I used to work with matlab and there I only had to include the path
where the .jar file was located in the classpath.txt file...

How would I do it with octave(if possible)?

greetz, Tom.

The best I can suggest at the moment is to start up an
octave server using listen() from octave-forge and
use the protocol to send octave commands and receive
octave results.  I'm doing this with Tcl and I've heard
one person is doing it with Java.

For now listen only accepts connections from localhost
and possibly one user specified IP address.  If you
wanted to open it up a bit, listen could make a safer
octave interpreter by removing all dangerous commands
from fbi_sym_tab before processing scripts from the

Paul Kienzle

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