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MKOCTFILE(1)						      General Commands Manual						      MKOCTFILE(1)

mkoctfile - Compile dynamic-load modules for GNU Octave SYNOPSIS
mkoctfile [OPTION]... file... DESCRIPTION
mkoctfile is used to compile C, C++, or Fortran source code in to a dynamically loadable .oct file for octave(1). OPTIONS
-h, -?, --help Print help message. -Idir Add include directory dir to compile commands. -idirafterdir Add include directory to second include search path after '-I'. -Ddef Add definition def to compiler command. -llib Add library lib to link command. -Ldir Add library directory dir to link command. -Rdir Pass -Rdir to link command. -g Enable debugging option for all compilers. -pthread Add -pthread to link command. -W... Pass flags to the compiler such as -Wa,OPTION. -Wl,... Pass flags to the linker such as -Wl,-rpath=... -M, --depend Generate dependency files (.d) for C and C++ source files. -c Compile but do not link. --link-stand-alone Link a stand-alone executable file. -s, --strip Strip the output file. --mex Create a MEX file. Set the default output extension to .mex. -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 FFTW3F_LIBS ALL_CXXFLAGS FLIBS ALL_FFLAGS FPICFLAG ALL_LDFLAGS INCFLAGS BLAS_LIBS LAPACK_LIBS CC LDFLAGS CFLAGS LD_CXX CPICFLAG LD_STATIC_FLAG CPPFLAGS LFLAGS CXX LIBCRUFT CXXFLAGS LIBOCTAVE CXXPICFLAG LIBOCTINTERP DEPEND_EXTRA_SED_PATTERN LIBS DEPEND_FLAGS OCTAVE_LIBS DL_LD OCTAVE_LINK_DEPS DL_LDFLAGS OCT_LINK_DEPS EXEEXT RDYNAMIC_FLAG F77 READLINE_LIBS F77_INTEGER_8_FLAG SED FFLAGS XTRA_CFLAGS FFTW3_LDFLAGS XTRA_CXXFLAGS FFTW3_LIBS FFTW3F_LDFLAGS -v, --verbose Echo commands as they are executed. file Compile or link file. Recognized file types are .c C source .cc C++ source .C C++ source .cpp C++ source .f Fortran source (fixed form) .F Fortran source (fixed form) .f90 Fortran source (free form) .F90 Fortran source (free form) .o object file .a library file SEE ALSO
octave (1). AUTHOR
John W. Eaton <> This manual page was contributed by Dirk Eddelbuettel <> for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution but may be used by others. GNU Octave 4 February 2011 MKOCTFILE(1)

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Octave is a high-level language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides a convenient command line interface for solv- ing linear and nonlinear problems numerically. OPTIONS
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The primary documentation for Octave is written using Texinfo, the GNU documentation system, which allows the same source files to be used to produce on-line and printed versions of the manual. You can read the on-line copy of the Octave documentation by issuing the following command from within octave. octave:1> doc The Info files may also be read with a stand-alone program such as info or xinfo. HTML, Postscript, or PDF versions of the documentation are installed on many systems as well. BUGS
The Octave project maintains a bug tracker at Before submitting a new item please read the instructions at on how to submit a useful report. FILES
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