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Topic: matlab-labview
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drz

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Re: matlab-labview
Posted: May 15, 2014 12:02 PM
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"John" wrote in message <keh507$5iu$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> Its been a while since the original message was posted, but I am interested in doing the same thing. If anyone has any tips (and examples!) on how to successfully call a Matlab DLL from LabVIEW, please let me know. I am worried I will have to wrap the DLL into another DLL because of the emxArray datatypes.

There was a post regarding this a while back on the NI forums.
http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Matlab-DLL-with-mxArray-Type-using-with-Labview/td-p/65295.

One of the members suggested following these steps for making a C/C++ wrapper for your Matlab dll (yo dawg i heard you like wrappers)
http://www.labviewpro.net/upfiles/dllmatlablabview.pdf

I was in the same predicament a while ago, but decided to rewrite everything into C/C++ instead. The extra wrappers are just a headache and there is no guarantee that a new version of either ML or LV will maintain the functionality of your nested wrappers.


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