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Re: using oct.h header file

From: tosandip
Subject: Re: using oct.h header file
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 07:43:22 -0800 (PST)

Never mind I got it with the installation of octave-pkg-dev .. which a normal
search in synaptic was not showing up, but i got it while searching for

tosandip wrote:
> Hi thr
> I am also unable to locate oct.h (using UBUNTU KARMIC), the dev version of
> octave I am not clear about, can you please help me about this.
> Sandip
> Jaroslav Hajek-2 wrote:
>> On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 6:20 AM,  <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I'm a complete newbie, having just installed octave from the Fedora rpm
>>> repository.
>>> This is the rpmĀ  installed, expecting the package to provide the header
>>> libraries in the correct directory.
>>> However, I've searched for the oct.h file and its not there. I
>>> understand
>>> that sourceforge has optional libraries.
>>> What am I missing ? I've re-read the octave docs on using octave in c++.
>>> However, either I don't understand it or I need another package ?
>>> Please help. I would rather be pointed in the right direction to
>>> discover
>>> for myself if thats possible.
>>> Thank you
>> In general (and this holds for most software, not just Octave),
>> development features, in this case the header files and the mkoctfile
>> script, are provided by an extra package, octave-devel or something
>> like that. Details depend on your distribution, and are entirely the
>> business of your distribution. In fact you're asking on the wrong
>> place.
>> -- 
>> RNDr. Jaroslav Hajek
>> computing expert & GNU Octave developer
>> Aeronautical Research and Test Institute (VZLU)
>> Prague, Czech Republic
>> url:
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