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Topic: Where is my MEX file? (MXCREATEFULL is obsolete)
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Sang-Ho Yun

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Where is my MEX file? (MXCREATEFULL is obsolete)
Posted: Jul 6, 2009 12:52 PM
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I got the following message while running my compiled fortran code.
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Function "MXCREATEFULL" is obsolete.
If your MEX file or Simulink S-function calls this function, replace it with
"MXCREATEDOUBLEMATRIX".
If this error originates from a Fortran Simulink S-function that does not
call "MXCREATEFULL", recompile the S-function in the current
release.
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But I cannot find where my MEX file is. Which mex gives the following.

>> which mex
/Applications/MATLAB_R2009a.app/toolbox/matlab/general/mex.m

However, I found that the mex.m file contains mostly the help content. I
cannot find where MEX is calling MXCREATEFULL. Am I supposed to look at
some other files?

Thank you,
Sang-Ho






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