It does not exist, sadly. However launching the octave CLI is fast, so
supplying supply the function name and parameters is operationally
equivalent. I know this because I do it all the time when using my
code "in production".
I imagine the same could be done from your web app although I have
never tried it.
Hope this helps.
On Tue, 4 Dec 2018 at 10:04, Michel <[hidden email]> wrote:
That is only part of the solution and was not necessary in my case
(although I considered it) and I now install Octave on all the systems
that require it.
Passing parameters into Octave is a bit tricky. I have a short
boilerplate .cmd script that I copy and make minor changes to for each
octave function to be called from the command line. The script
combines the commandline parameters into a single string that is
passed into Octave and on to the target function, which then uses a
helper to recover the original parameters. This simplifies development
significantly, because the function can be called from the Octave
If this is of interest I can post the code.
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