Bug#556652: octave can't load files created by libmatio
sylvestre at debian.org
Thu Feb 11 17:08:40 UTC 2010
Le mercredi 02 décembre 2009 à 09:41 +0100, Bas Zoetekouw a écrit :
> Hi Sylvestre!
> You wrote:
> > > It is not an octave bug. I just tried with Scilab and it causes a
> > > problem with Scilab too.
> > Ah! Here's a bit more concise test case, which write only 1 integer:
> > Attached are the output file from this program (foo.mat) and the fiel as
> > matlab itself saves it, generated by:
> > > load('foo.mat');
> > > save('foo_matlab.mat','test')
> > in Matlab 2009b.
> > Note that the file are 1 byte different in length.
> I've analysed these files bij hand (well, using a bit of perl), and as
> far as I can determine, both of them comply the the file structure as
> described in .
> I'll proceed to check why libmathio and octave can't read it.
Did you made some progress on this bug ?
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