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Re: An octave perl module?

From: Michael Preminger
Subject: Re: An octave perl module?
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 08:38:42 +0000

If I understand it correctly, Heisam wants to use Octave as a calculator
for number crunching applications implemented  with scripts. Given this,
Swig could be used if Octave provided library functions that can be used
in a stand alone manner, (link the library, use functions in stand alone
and obtain results) and do not require the Octave environment to run

Now my question: Does Octave provide this option?


Daniel Heiserer wrote:

> Haisam K. Ido wrote:
> >
> > Is there an octave perl module?
> As far as I know not.
> But that is something I would be very interested too.
> There were a little discussion about that some time ago.
> The thing is, it is probably not too difficult to do that.
> Look at swig:
> it is a "Software wrapper interface generator" which creates
> a module for /perl/tcl/phyton/...../ out of a bunch of c-code.
> It was done for matlab (look at the examples).
> And I think there would be tremendous benefit of it.
> One of the first examples was
> that was probably were they used it with matlab.
> Bye
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