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Re: Is it possible to compile code?

From: Marcus Hardt
Subject: Re: Is it possible to compile code?
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2007 18:30:16 +0100
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Quoting Thomas Treichl
> Marcus Hardt schrieb:
> > Quoting Thomas Treichl
> >
> >> Marcus Hardt schrieb:
> >>> Hi There,
> >>>
> >>> I need to know if it is possible to create dynamic libraries from
> >>> octave sources. I.e. I have a little function and I can use some kind
> >>> of compiler to create a .o file from it that I can later use from a C
> >>> program.
> >>>
> >>> I'd be ready to take complex solutions into account, if need be....
> >>>
> >>> Thx,
> >>
> >> This would be a good point for starting
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> that one also
> >>
> >>
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > I'm not too sure it helps. I need to put self-written octave sources into
> > the .o file.
> If you maybe would be a little bit more precisely then we eventually could
> help you a bit better ;o) Eg. small code examples, ideas, intentions?

Yes, of course.

My task is to parallelise a larger application that is currently 100% matlab.

I'm using gridsolve in order to to RPCs across networks.

On the remote site, I can call anything that I can encapsulate into a .o file. 
I.e. if I write a C function that can do.

If I can compile an octave function just like a C function, my life would be 
quite easy. Re-implementing to a large extent is not possible, because the 
matlab code is maintained by 2-4 others that can't leave their 


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