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Re: embedded octave: how to define new functions?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: embedded octave: how to define new functions?
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2006 09:19:35 -0400

On  6-Sep-2006, Andrea Latina wrote:

| I've considered this possibility but, as our simulation code is
| already productive and working fine with its -rather complicate- data
| structures, I thought that the embedding is the best solution. (But
| maybe I'm wrong.)

Do you need to expose all of these things in a scriptable interface,
or can you get away with just having a few functions to control your
code from Octave along with some functions to get at the data that is
interesting for later processing?

BTW, are you distributing your code?  If so, is it freely available
under terms that are compatible with the GPL?  If not, then you would
certainly not be able to embed Octave in it and distribute it unless
it has a license that is compatible with the GPL.


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