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oct (and mex) files for different architectures

From: Richard Crozier
Subject: oct (and mex) files for different architectures
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2011 06:14:17 -0700 (PDT)


On Matlab, I can compile several different mex files for different machine
architectures and Matlab will call the appropriate one for the local setup.
The compiled mex files are given appropriate extensions e.g. mexa64 for
64bit linux, mexglx for 32 bit linux, mexw32 for 32 bit windows etc.

Is the equivalent possible for oct files (or mex files created in Octave)?
Otherwise, how are different platforms dealt with? I only see a single
extension mentioned in the docs, and I often run batch jobs on several
machines with access to a common directory containing my mfile sources and
compiled mex files. I can't think how I would do this without this

I should also admit I haven't actually tried using oct files yet, so sorry
if I've misunderstood something.



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