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Little problem with dynamic linked libraries

From: Luigi Palopoli
Subject: Little problem with dynamic linked libraries
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 12:54:06 +0200

Hello everybody!
I have written a little C++ program for doing faster simulations.
As shown in the manual, this procedure is exported to the simulation
by using DEFUN_DLD. Now, I need to have, in the same program, another
for configuring the internal parameters. This function should be
exported too.
The problem is that the octave interpreter only has knowledge of one
procedure, the one named after the file name, seemingly. 
The thing is rather strange, since the module and others like
it, easily exports two or more functions which are imported into the
octave environment.
Has anyone suggestions?
Thank you in advance.
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