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Topic: How to make Matlab R2009b recognize Visual Studio 2010
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Steven Lord

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Re: How to make Matlab R2009b recognize Visual Studio 2010
Posted: Jun 27, 2010 9:49 PM
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Anonymous wrote in message
> Hi Everybody,
> I am newbie in Matlab.
> I have Matlab version R2009b and I have installed Microsoft Visual Studio
> 2010. My pc runs Windows XP.
> My problem is that when I use the mex -setup command in Matlab command
> window, Matlab doesn't recognize Visual Studio 2010.

That is correct. Visual Studio 2010 is not a supported compiler for the
latest release of MATLAB:


Nor is it a supported compiler for release R2009b.


Steve Lord
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