Hi Christopher,

Thanks for folding the patches into CVS.

Yes, you are correct. Additionally, could you make this update
to configure.in?

cvs diff -r1.384 configure.in
>               PTJNI_INCLUDE=$PTJAVA_HOME/../include



Christopher Brooks wrote:
Hi Dan,
I folded the patches into the Ptolemy II CVS head and into
the rel-7-0-beta-2 branch.

One question I have is your change to ptolemy/matlab/makefile
<            "-I$(PTJAVA_HOME)/../include" \
                "-I$(PTJNI_INCLUDE)" \

The above change modified this command:
        "$(PTMATLAB_CC)" \
                "-I$(MATLAB_DIR)/extern/include" \
                "-I$(PTJAVA_HOME)/../include" \
                "-I$(PTJAVA_HOME)/../include/$(PTJNI_ARCHITECTURE)" \

To this:
        "$(PTMATLAB_CC)" \
                "-I$(MATLAB_DIR)/extern/include" \
                "-I$(PTJNI_INCLUDE)" \
                "-I$(PTJAVA_HOME)/../include/$(PTJNI_ARCHITECTURE)" \

                "-I$(PTJAVA_HOME)/../include/$(PTJNI_ARCHITECTURE)" \
                "-I$(PTJNI_INCLUDE)/$(PTJNI_ARCHITECTURE)" \


Hi Christopher, Attached are a set of patches for building the Matlab actor
    on a Mac. Let me know if you have questions.
Thanks, --dan Christopher Brooks wrote:
    > Hi Ilkay,
> You might be able to change variables in ptII/mk/ptII.mk for > MacOSX. You could also update configure, but that takes a little
    > doing.  If you tell me what variables you change, we can
    > iterate offline on getting configure.in updated.
    > I don't have a Mac on which to test the Matlab code.
    > In general, JNI is rather difficult to get working, so it could
    > be a big time sink.  How I would work on this is by looking at
> the tests in $PTII/jni/test/. If you can get > cd $PTII/jni/test;
    >     make
    > to work, then JNI will be working and you can focus on the Matlab
    > portion.
    > I'm dumbfounded that someone somewhere decided that Java should have a
    > different layout on the Mac than under Linux, Solaris and Windows.
    > The fact that Java files are in different locations on just MacOS
    > makes cross platform configuration difficult.  Maybe this critical
    > shortcoming in the port to MacOS has been solved, but last I looked it
    > was a mess.
    > _Christopher
> > > Hi, > > I've just tried configuring Ptolemy in order to use the Matlab actor > in Ptolemy II on a MacOSX version 10.4.11. It doesn't configure > because of the different Java directory configuration on Mac Java. > > I was wondering if anyone tried rewriting the Matlab configuration > script on MacOSX before to map the directories in the script to the > MacOSX java directories. If not, do you think it's worth trying? > > Thanks!
    >     -ilkay
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