
From:  Tim Felty 
Subject:  Building Standalone Executables 
Date:  Fri, 12 Feb 2010 18:37:10 0600 
Everyone, I am trying to build a standalone executable that makes use of Octave's computational routines. I have looked at the manual and have built the simple example and had it work fine. However, I haven't been able to find any guide that describes anything more complex than creating matrices within a standalone app. My code currently looks like this: #include <iostream> #include <octave/oct.h> using namespace std; int main(void) { cout << "Hello Octave world! This is a test\n"; int size; cin >> size; Matrix a_matrix = Matrix(1,size); Matrix b_matrix = Matrix(1,size); Matrix c_matrix = Matrix(1,size); for (int column = 0; column < size; ++column) { a_matrix(column) = (column + 1); b_matrix(column) = column*3 + 2; } c_matrix = a_matrix + b_matrix; cout << a_matrix; cout << b_matrix; cout << c_matrix; // could not find infomration on how to use the Octave griddata function // or any Octave function from within C++ double zi = griddata(a_matrix, b_matrix, c_matrix, 1, 3); cout<<zi<<endl; return 0; } Any links to guides or just direct help would be appreciated. Hotmail: Free, trusted and rich email service. Get it now. 
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