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Re: compile m function into standalone executable?

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: compile m function into standalone executable?
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 23:18:47 -0400
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I did some hand compiling of m-files using octave values internally
a couple of years ago.  My cumulative sum example got a 6x speedup
from this technique.  To get a good result, you will need to do a lot
more work, and either figure out how to improve octave value handling,
or figure out what the base type is during compile (e.g., uising pragmas
such as

   % int i

or using heuristics such as

   i = round(x)  => i is an integer

Paul Kienzle

A S Hodel wrote:

There's been discussion about developing an octave m-file compiler, but so far nothing's available as far as I know.

On Wednesday, April 30, 2003, at 04:01 PM, Weijun Zhu wrote:

Is there way to compile m functions into standalone executable like
mcc in matlab?

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