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Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:05:14 -0700
On Mon, Jun 12, 2017 at 14:41:36 -0700, Bryant Chhun wrote:
> Hi Octave community,
> I have a java application/GUI that should send data to Octave, perform
> calculations, and then receive the result.
> I've tried javaOctave as described here (
> My current problem is described below, but a general problem is that the
> wiki was hosted through kenai, which Oracle decommissioned not long ago.
> At some point i'll give the other suggested library, joPAS, a go...
> For those familiar with javaOctave: my current problem is that Octave does
> not seem to recognize its own data types. Below is a stack trace from a
> script run through beanshell. This same error occurs when trying to pass
> an OctaveDouble to the OctaveEngine.
Unfortunately I don't think you will find much help. The JavaOctave
project is linked as a suggestion in the Octave manual, but we have no
association or expertise with that project. Now it looks like the web
site is gone and the project is no longer active. My guess is that it
used to work with a much older version of Octave but is not compatible
with recent releases.
If you can find a current working Java-to-Octave bridge, we can fix the
recommendations in the manual, please keep us updated.
- javaOctave, Bryant Chhun, 2017/06/12
- Re: javaOctave,
Mike Miller <=