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namelib = lib('lib-dir')
library variable returned by 'lib'.
lib-dir is a character string defining a directory that contains
compiled Scilab function (
In addition to these files
lib-dir must have a file called
names, that contains the names of the functions defined in
lib-dir. On success, all functions in
available from within Scilab. They are loaded on demand when called
for the first time.
Binary files can be created from within Scilab with the command
A library variable
usually is saved for later loading, either on-line or from the
user-specific startup file (see startup).
value returned by 'lib' must be insert in a variable 'namelib' to access to macro functions of this library.
Scilab tacitly assumes that each xxxx.bin file defines a variable named
//define some functions function z=myplus(x, y) z = x + y endfunction function z=yourplus(x, y) x = x - y endfunction //create the *.bin files in libdir libdir = TMPDIR; save(libdir + '/myplus.bin', myplus); save(libdir + '/yourplus.bin', yourplus); //create the name file mputl(['myplus';'yourplus'],TMPDIR+'/names'); //build the library containing myplus and yourplus mylibfoo = lib(libdir+'/'); //erase the variables clear myplus yourplus //Automatic loading and execution myplus(1,2) //erase the variables clear myplus yourplus mylibfoo [n,p] = libraryinfo('mylibfoo') isdef('myplus') clear mylibfoo isdef('myplus')
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