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Little problem with dynamic linked libraries

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Little problem with dynamic linked libraries
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 11:22:50 -0500 (CDT)

On 21-Jun-1999, Luigi Palopoli <address@hidden> wrote:

| 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
| core 
| 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?

Do the same thing Octave does.  Use multiple links in the filesystem.
If your file includes functions foo and bar:

  ln foo.oct bar.oct


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