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MKOCTFILE(1)			     General Commands Manual			     MKOCTFILE(1)

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  loadble
       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.

       -p VAR|--print VAR
	       Print configuration variable VAR.  Recognized variables are:
		   CPPFLAGS    CPICFLAG
		   INCFLAGS    CXX
		   F2C	       CXXFLAGS
		   F2CFLAGS    CXXPICFLAG
		   F77	       XTRA_CFLAGS
		   FFLAGS      XTRA_CXXFLAGS
		   FPICFLAG    SHLEXT
		   CC	       SH_LD
		   CFLAGS      SH_LDFLAGS

       -s|--strip
	       Strip the output file.

       -v|--verbose
	       Echo commands as they are executed.

       file    Compile or linke 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
		   .SH SEE ALSO
		   .BR octave (1).

AUTHOR
       John W. Eaton <jwe@bevo.che.wisc.edu>

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

GNU Octave				 1 November 2002			     MKOCTFILE(1)


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