On Sun, Nov 04, 2012 at 06:55:47PM +0100, pantxo diribarne wrote:
> I use octave to comunicate with laboratory hardwares using modbus protocol
> through tcp-ip. The modbus library I use (libmodbus: http://libmodbus.org/
> returns a pointer the modbus "context" variable and then uses this pointer
> to access the server.
> In octave I cast the adress of the pointer to an "int" type, so that I can
> reuse that pointer for subsequent calls to one of modbus read/write
> functions. I then have to free this pointer before exiting octave. Is it
> the righ way to store pointers or is there a proper way to do that?