I've installed Octave via Yum in Fedora 16.
On the Octave user manual page, it describes a general function octave header file 'oct.h' that resides in the Octave <src> directory.
This is for using Octave functions in a C or C++ program.
Problem is that fedora's implementation of octave does not give a <scr> directory and also does not have an 'oct.h' file anywhere.
Am I missing something ? Has anyone come up against this problem before ?