ons, 31 03 2010 kl. 09:30 +0900, skrev Tatsuro MATSUOKA:
> Hello Nitzan Arazi
> --- Nit Nit wrote:
> > Hello Tatsuro and Benjamin,
> > It seems that oct2mat cause the plotting problem.
> > At list with my installation:
> > "pkg unload oct2mat"
> > resolves the problem.
> I have also confirmed that oct2mat cause the plotting problem in my PC at University.
It seems 'oct2mat' provides a bunch of functions that Matlab users
should use as they are part of Octave but not Matlab. The end-result is
that they overwrite core functions provided by Octave. Other functions
in Octave that depends on these functions will, thus, fail to work.
I am not quite sure why the functions are available to Octave users in
the first place. Wouldn't it be better that they were only available to
In either case, I think it would be better if 'oct2mat' was not
auto-loaded by default.