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MKOCTFILE

MKOCTFILE

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NAME

mkoctfile - Compile dynamic-load modules for GNU Octave  

SYNOPSIS

mkoctfile [-IDIR] [-DDEF] [-lLIB] [-LDIR] [-M|--depend]  [-c] [-o FILE|--output FILE] [-p VAR|--print VAR] [-s|--strip]  [-v|--verbose] [-h|-?|--help] file ...  

DESCRIPTION

mkoctfile is used to compile source C, C++ or Fortran source code in dynamically loadable .oct file for octave(1).  

OPTIONS

mkoctfile accepts the following options:
-IDIR
Add include directory DIR to compile commands.
-DDEF
Add definition DEF to compiler call.
-lLIB
Add library LIB to link command.
-LDIR
Add library directory DIR to link command.
-M|--depend
Generate dependency files (.d) for C and C++ source files.
-c
Compile but do not link.
-o FILE|--output FILE
Output file name; default extension is .oct (or .mex if --mex is specified) unless linking a stand-alone executable.
-p VAR|--print VAR
Print configuration variable VAR. Recognized variables are:

    ALL_CFLAGS                FFTW_LIBS     
    ALL_CXXFLAGS              FLIBS       
    ALL_FFLAGS                FPICFLAG      
    ALL_LDFLAGS               INCFLAGS      
    BLAS_LIBS                 LDFLAGS             
    CC                        LD_CXX              
    CFLAGS                    LD_STATIC_FLAG
    CPICFLAG                  LFLAGS              
    CPPFLAGS                  LIBCRUFT      
    CXX                       LIBOCTAVE     
    CXXFLAGS                  LIBOCTINTERP  
    CXXPICFLAG                LIBREADLINE   
    DEPEND_EXTRA_SED_PATTERN  LIBS        
    DEPEND_FLAGS              OCTAVE_LIBS   
    DL_LD                     RDYNAMIC_FLAG 
    DL_LDFLAGS                RLD_FLAG      
    F2C                       SED         
    F2CFLAGS                  XTRA_CFLAGS   
    F77                       XTRA_CXXFLAGS 
    FFLAGS
--link-stand-alone
Link a stand-alone executable file.
--mex
Assume we are creating a MEX file. Set the default output extension to .mex.
-s|--strip
Strip the output file.
-v|--verbose
Echo commands as they are executed.
file
Compile or link file. Recognised file types are

    .c    C source
    .cc   C++ source
    .C    C++ source
    .cpp  C++ source
    .f    Fortran source
    .F    Fortran source
    .o    object file
    .a    library file
 

SEE ALSO

octave(1).  

AUTHOR

John W. Eaton <jwe@octave.org>

This manual page was contributed by Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution but may be used by others.


 

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