Re: Compile an Octave script to c or c++/ Embed Octave functions in a c (or c++) code
If the end result is to operate real-time, your software engineer should take a close look at the 'meaning' of what octave is doing. Based upon experience at converting some very complex DSP, image processing, and display for instrumentation. Even had to abandon C/C++ Standard DLL in order to go 6 to 36 times faster, just to maintain any chance at real-time.
From: JokerOne <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email] Subject: Re: Compile an Octave script to c or c++/ Embed Octave functions in a c (or c++) code
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 00:36:08 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for the answers everybody.
Richard asked for my particular aim with this issue: Basically, I am
developing and testing data analysis procedures in Octave to be implemented
in a device. So, when I am satisfied with a an analysis procedure this is
handed over to my collegue to be implemendted in what I guess is close to
c++. I have to admit, that I do not know the actual language, but I guess a
c++ code or class or similiar should be of use.
The apparent idea was to save some time and work by either compile my code
to c++ or ,vice versa, embed my code in c++.