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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #32161] Octave 3.3.55 package installation iss
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Lukas Reichlin |
Subject: |
[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #32161] Octave 3.3.55 package installation issues |
Date: |
Wed, 19 Jan 2011 00:20:04 +0000 |
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Follow-up Comment #2, bug #32161 (project octave):
I have tried the optim, miscellaneous, struct, odepkg and generate_html
packages. There were a couple of warnings, but they look quite familiar to me,
nothing special.
octave:1> pkg install -forge odepkg
warning: /Users/lukas/octave/odepkg-0.6.10/odebwe.m: possible Matlab-style
short-circuit operator at line 344, column 17
warning: /Users/lukas/octave/odepkg-0.6.10/odepkg_examples_ode.m: possible
Matlab-style short-circuit operator at line 44, column 23
warning: gen_doc_cache: unusable help text in 'dldsolver'. Ignoring
function.
octave:2> pkg list
no packages installed.
octave:3> ode45
`ode45' is a function from the file
/Users/lukas/octave/odepkg-0.6.10/ode45.m
-- Function File: [] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT], [PAR1, PAR2,
...])
-- Command: [SOL] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT], [PAR1, PAR2, ...])
-- Command: [T, Y, [XE, YE, IE]] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT],
[PAR1, PAR2, ...])
This function file can be used to solve a set of non-stiff
ordinary differential equations (non-stiff ODEs) or non-stiff
differential algebraic equations (non-stiff DAEs) with the well
known explicit Runge-Kutta method of order (4,5).
If this function is called with no return argument then plot the
solution over time in a figure window while solving the set of
ODEs that are defined in a function and specified by the function
handle @FUN. The second input argument SLOT is a double vector
that defines the time slot, INIT is a double vector that defines
the initial values of the states, OPT can optionally be a
structure array that keeps the options created with the command
`odeset' and PAR1, PAR2, ... can optionally be other input
arguments of any type that have to be passed to the function
defined by @FUN.
If this function is called with one return argument then return
the solution SOL of type structure array after solving the set of
ODEs. The solution SOL has the fields X of type double column
vector for the steps chosen by the solver, Y of type double column
vector for the solutions at each time step of X, SOLVER of type
string for the solver name and optionally the extended time stamp
information XE, the extended solution information YE and the
extended index information IE all of type double column vector
that keep the informations of the event function if an event
function handle is set in the option argument OPT.
If this function is called with more than one return argument then
return the time stamps T, the solution values Y and optionally the
extended time stamp information XE, the extended solution
information YE and the extended index information IE all of type
double column vector.
For example, solve an anonymous implementation of the Van der Pol
equation
fvdb = @(vt,vy) [vy(2); (1 - vy(1)^2) * vy(2) - vy(1)];
vopt = odeset ("RelTol", 1e-3, "AbsTol", 1e-3,
"NormControl", "on", "OutputFcn", @odeplot);
ode45 (fvdb, [0 20], [2 0], vopt);
See also: odepkg
Additional help for built-in functions and operators is
available in the on-line version of the manual. Use the command
`doc <topic>' to search the manual index.
Help and information about Octave is also available on the WWW
at http://www.octave.org and via the address@hidden
mailing list.
error: Number of input arguments must be greater than zero
error: called from:
error: /Users/lukas/octave/odepkg-0.6.10/ode45.m at line 55, column 5
octave:3> help ode45
`ode45' is a function from the file
/Users/lukas/octave/odepkg-0.6.10/ode45.m
-- Function File: [] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT], [PAR1, PAR2,
...])
-- Command: [SOL] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT], [PAR1, PAR2, ...])
-- Command: [T, Y, [XE, YE, IE]] = ode45 (@FUN, SLOT, INIT, [OPT],
[PAR1, PAR2, ...])
This function file can be used to solve a set of non-stiff
ordinary differential equations (non-stiff ODEs) or non-stiff
differential algebraic equations (non-stiff DAEs) with the well
known explicit Runge-Kutta method of order (4,5).
If this function is called with no return argument then plot the
solution over time in a figure window while solving the set of
ODEs that are defined in a function and specified by the function
handle @FUN. The second input argument SLOT is a double vector
that defines the time slot, INIT is a double vector that defines
the initial values of the states, OPT can optionally be a
structure array that keeps the options created with the command
`odeset' and PAR1, PAR2, ... can optionally be other input
arguments of any type that have to be passed to the function
defined by @FUN.
If this function is called with one return argument then return
the solution SOL of type structure array after solving the set of
ODEs. The solution SOL has the fields X of type double column
vector for the steps chosen by the solver, Y of type double column
vector for the solutions at each time step of X, SOLVER of type
string for the solver name and optionally the extended time stamp
information XE, the extended solution information YE and the
extended index information IE all of type double column vector
that keep the informations of the event function if an event
function handle is set in the option argument OPT.
If this function is called with more than one return argument then
return the time stamps T, the solution values Y and optionally the
extended time stamp information XE, the extended solution
information YE and the extended index information IE all of type
double column vector.
For example, solve an anonymous implementation of the Van der Pol
equation
fvdb = @(vt,vy) [vy(2); (1 - vy(1)^2) * vy(2) - vy(1)];
vopt = odeset ("RelTol", 1e-3, "AbsTol", 1e-3,
"NormControl", "on", "OutputFcn", @odeplot);
ode45 (fvdb, [0 20], [2 0], vopt);
See also: odepkg
Additional help for built-in functions and operators is
available in the on-line version of the manual. Use the command
`doc <topic>' to search the manual index.
Help and information about Octave is also available on the WWW
at http://www.octave.org and via the address@hidden
mailing list.
octave:4> pkg install -forge generate_html
octave:5> pkg install -forge optim
error: the following dependencies where unsatisfied:
optim needs miscellaneous >= 1.0.10
optim needs struct >= 1.0.8
octave:5> pkg install -forge struct
mkoctfile: stripping disabled on this platform
mkoctfile: stripping disabled on this platform
mkoctfile: stripping disabled on this platform
mkoctfile: stripping disabled on this platform
mkoctfile: stripping disabled on this platform
octave:6> pkg install -forge miscellaneous
waitbar.cc: In function 'octave_value_list Fwaitbar(const octave_value_list&,
int)':
waitbar.cc:126: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to
'char*'
waitbar.cc:147: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to
'char*'
waitbar.cc:148: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to
'char*'
octave:7> pkg install -forge optim
error: the following dependencies where unsatisfied:
optim needs miscellaneous >= 1.0.10
optim needs struct >= 1.0.8
octave:7> pkg list
no packages installed.
octave:8>
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