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Re: report file

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: report file
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 18:52:31 -0400

For recent versions of octave (e.g., 2.1.71), it should default to enable shared. You can force it as follows:

        ./configure --enable-shared --disable-static

Before doing a rebuild, though, you can check how it is configured by running octave and typing:


In particular, the following should return 1 if you have shared functions available:


Please direct further questions to address@hidden

        - Paul

On Oct 24, 2005, at 11:13 AM, Jose Maria Valiente Cifuentes wrote:

I´m building them my self from a .tar file, maybe it´ll be the problem, so, how can i compile without that option?

Thanks in advance

From:  Paul Kienzle <address@hidden>
To:  "Jose Maria Valiente Cifuentes" <address@hidden>
CC:  address@hidden
Subject:  Re: report file
Date:  Sun, 23 Oct 2005 21:01:35 -0400
>Are you installing octave+octave-forge from FC4?  Or are you
>building them yourself?
>In the past this sort of error has been because octave was
>configured with --disable-shared.
>- Paul
>On Oct 21, 2005, at 5:39 AM, Jose Maria Valiente Cifuentes wrote:
>>Hi, my name is Jose Maria, i trying octave for my final degree
>>proyect  and i've found same problems when i install the
>>sourceforge octave  toolboxes, here are the reports that octave
>>gives me:
>>This one becomes at start, even if i identified as root
>>forge/dispatch.oct is not a valid shared library
>>error: `dispatch' undefined near line 2 column 1
>>error: near line 2 of file
>>error: source: error sourcing file
>>error: near line 8 of file

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