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mkoctfile(1)                                                      mkoctfile(1)




NAME

       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  filename.   Default extension is .oct (or .mex if --mex
               is specified) unless linking a stand-alone executable.

       -p VAR, --print VAR
               Print configuration variable VAR.  There are  three  categories
               of variables:

               Octave  configuration  variables  that  users may override with
               environment variables.  These are used in commands that  mkoct-
               file executes.
                   ALL_CFLAGS                  LAPACK_LIBS
                   ALL_CXXFLAGS                LDFLAGS
                   ALL_FFLAGS                  LD_CXX
                   ALL_LDFLAGS                 LD_STATIC_FLAG
                   BLAS_LIBS                   LFLAGS
                   CC                          LIBDIR
                   CFLAGS                      LIBOCTAVE
                   CPICFLAG                    LIBOCTINTERP
                   CPPFLAGS                    OCTAVE_LINK_OPTS
                   CXX                         OCTINCLUDEDIR
                   CXXFLAGS                    OCTAVE_LIBS
                   CXXPICFLAG                  OCTAVE_LINK_DEPS
                   DL_LD                       OCTLIBDIR
                   DL_LDFLAGS                  OCT_LINK_DEPS
                   F77                         OCT_LINK_OPTS
                   F77_INTEGER8_FLAG           RDYNAMIC_FLAG
                   FFLAGS                      SPECIAL_MATH_LIB
                   FPICFLAG                    XTRA_CFLAGS
                   INCFLAGS                    XTRA_CXXFLAGS
                   INCLUDEDIR

               Octave  configuration  variables as above, but currently unused
               by mkoctfile.
                   AR
                   DEPEND_EXTRA_SED_PATTERN
                   DEPEND_FLAGS
                   FFTW3F_LDFLAGS
                   FFTW3F_LIBS
                   FFTW3_LDFLAGS
                   FFTW3_LIBS
                   FFTW_LIBS
                   FLIBS
                   LIBS
                   RANLIB
                   READLINE_LIBS

               Octave configuration variables that are provided  for  informa-
               tional    purposes    only.    Except   for   OCTAVE_HOME   and
               OCTAVE_EXEC_HOME, users may not override these variables.

               If OCTAVE_HOME or OCTAVE_EXEC_HOME are set in the  environment,
               then  other variables are adjusted accordingly with OCTAVE_HOME
               or OCTAVE_EXEC_HOME substituted for the original value  of  the
               directory  specified  by  the --prefix or --exec-prefix options
               that were used when Octave was configured.
                   API_VERSION                 LOCALFCNFILEDIR
                   ARCHLIBDIR                  LOCALOCTFILEDIR
                   BINDIR                      LOCALSTARTUPFILEDIR
                   CANONICAL_HOST_TYPE         LOCALVERARCHLIBDIR
                   DATADIR                     LOCALVERFCNFILEDIR
                   DATAROOTDIR                 LOCALVEROCTFILEDIR
                   DEFAULT_PAGER               MAN1DIR
                   EXEC_PREFIX                 MAN1EXT
                   EXEEXT                      MANDIR
                   FCNFILEDIR                  OCTAVE_EXEC_HOME
                   IMAGEDIR                    OCTAVE_HOME
                   INFODIR                     OCTAVE_VERSION
                   INFOFILE                    OCTDATADIR
                   LIBEXECDIR                  OCTDOCDIR
                   LOCALAPIARCHLIBDIR          OCTFILEDIR
                   LOCALAPIFCNFILEDIR          OCTFONTSDIR
                   LOCALAPIOCTFILEDIR          STARTUPFILEDIR
                   LOCALARCHLIBDIR

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

       file    Compile or link file.  Recognized file types are:
                  .c    C source
                  .cc   C++ source
                  .cp   C++ source
                  .cpp  C++ source
                  .CPP  C++ source
                  .cxx  C++ source
                  .c++  C++ source
                  .C    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


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.


SEE ALSO

       octave(1).



GNU Octave                      3 January 2014                    mkoctfile(1)

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