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John W. Eaton
Fri, 29 Jan 1999 13:14:41 -0600 (CST)
On 29-Jan-1999, David Agraz <address@hidden> wrote:
| Suppose I were interested in stripping down liboctave to make a C++ numeric
| library -- ie I want to use octave's matrix and related classes, but am not
| interested in doing any mucking about with the interpreter.
| a) How difficult would this be?
| b) Is anyone working on this already, and if so
| c) where can I find them, how are they doing and do they need any help.
I don't think it would be hard. You can use it as a standalone
numeric library now, but it depends on readline, glob, and other
non-numeric libraries. If you don't mind linking those in even though
they are not needed, you don't have to modify the code.
I have plans to split liboctave into the numerical stuff and the
OS/user stuff. It just requires Makefile modifications, I think.
If you want to do the work and submit the changes, that would be
- liboctave, David Agraz, 1999/01/29
John W. Eaton <=