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Topic: mex on 64 bits mac os 10.6.3
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Re: mex on 64 bits mac os 10.6.3
Posted: Jun 20, 2011 4:47 PM
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"Pierre" wrote in message <itnp2c$p8n$>...
> "Benjamin" wrote in message <ibiqfr$qb9$>...
> > "Jason McEwen" <> wrote in message <ibhfj8$ali$>...
> > > "Benjamin " <> wrote in message <hqkpi9$t5i$>...
> > > > Thanks for the suggestions. I added both -largeArrayDims and -m64 to the gfortran compiler flags, but unfortunately the problem persists. Any other suggestions?
> > >
> > > Was this issue resolved? I'm having exactly the same problem with Mac OS X 10.6.4. Mex compiles find but crashes Matlab when run.

> >
> > I still don't have a solution. I have been running Matlab on a Linux system as a workaround.

> I have the same problem (the OSX one) and really unhappy right now about getting MATLAB on my new OSX Mac Pro. I use Fortran a lot and would really like to be able to use MATLAB for high-end stuff (optimization, graphs, matrix computations). Fortran's gfortran works perfectly otherwise on my box and MATLAB as well. It is just about the mex issue...

Same thing here. For me it is really frustating since my mex functions work on Win32, Win64, Lnx32, Lnx64 (gcc, gfortran, mingw32 and ming64). I have no problem to compile them but when I try to run some of them, matlab crashes saying that a symbol is missing on libgfortran. What is weird is that some of them run without a problem and they have been compiled with the same options, compilers and etc.



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