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Re: strcat not found--MinGW

From: Daryl Lee
Subject: Re: strcat not found--MinGW
Date: Mon, 02 May 2011 09:35:24 -0600
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On 4/30/2011 4:49 PM, wahaj87 wrote:
Hi Daryl Lee

Your program is very nice. I am learning from it. Here is simple solution
for your problem.

1 - I used this command to build the stand alone executable on vista and xp

mkoctfile -Lc:\Octave\lib -LC:\octave\include\octave-3.2.4\octave
--link-stand-alone test2.cpp -o test2

above command is little different from yours, I think some path is not seen
by octave compiler on my computer for lapack library, so I manually given
the library path.

Now I opened a command prompt, and cd to the directory where i have
test2.exe, and run it. The same error you mention pop up. You know why ?
This is also a path problem. So to make it right quickly , I copied the
strcat.m from directroy "C:\Octave\share\octave\3.2.4\m\strings" to
directory where test2.exe exists. Run it again. Again two errors pop up ,
demanding max and find undefined. So I again copied max.oct and find.oct
from directory "C:\Octave\libexec\octave\3.2.4\oct\i686-pc-mingw32", to
directory where test2.exe exists. Now I run the test2.exe ! and wow it says
in output :

Good morning,Hero

tHAtS IT.--

This is very helpful. But I'm not likely to go scouring the Octave installation looking for files to copy every time I write a program. What I did was modify my program to do this:

function [resultString] = example2(inString)
    resultString = path;

When I run my stand-alone program under Linux, I get the full Octave path, identical to what I get when I run it from the Octave console. When I run it under MinGW/MSYS, I get only ".". So now my question is, how do I get Octave to know the full search path under MinGW/MSYS, as it does under Linux?

Daryl Lee

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