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MexWizard

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MEX made easy using Visual C++.

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Description

This package contains a document describing some details related to using the Microsoft Visual C++ delevopment environment (Visual Studio) to create and debug MEX applications.

Also included is MexWizard, which, when installed, allows the selection of a new project type called "MATLAB MEX file," which has all the proper settings to compile MEX files. Allows development in either C or C++, and has option to automatically create a sample MEX file.

Acknowledgements

This file inspired Arfima(P,D,Q) Estimator.

MATLAB release MATLAB 6.0 (R12)
Other requirements Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
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Comments and Ratings (14)
21 Nov 2011 bear tiger

Like!

21 Nov 2011 bear tiger  
11 Feb 2008 Leif Solas

Works perfectly. The installation is a bit awkward though.

27 Oct 2007 zhang zhimin

easy to use

08 Oct 2005 Anastasios Zouzias

Nice work

25 Mar 2004 Richard Hanson

Good job. Missing is an example using the dll created. Also should be warning that the directory name - for later versions of Matlab - can change. Most programmers can figure this out.

03 Mar 2004 Jose Antonio Muñoz Gómez

It's clear, easy and useful.

Thanks AJ. Jhoson

07 Jan 2004 Gaurav Agarwal

Helpful.
Thanks!!

17 Mar 2003 Kristoffer Dybvik  
13 Jan 2003 Radim Kolar

Really very useful. Thank you!!!!!!

22 Nov 2002 Frank P.

Great!
The necessary VC settings, described in the word document, finally help me to debug my project.

03 Sep 2002 Keith Forbes

Unlike the Matlab Add-In, which only allows C-MEX files, MexWizard allows one to create C or C++ mex files from within MSVC. I found this to be useful.

13 May 2002 Bryan

I thought that everything worked very smoothly. After searching the MATLAB help (which I consider to be very good), the instruction text here answered my question and led to the successful completion of my project. Thanks!

10 May 2002 Hamid Ghiasi  

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