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Topic: Install Marcel Leutenegger's elementary functions package
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Andrew

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Install Marcel Leutenegger's elementary functions package
Posted: Jul 19, 2012 5:06 PM
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Hello,

I am trying to correctly install this elementary functions package by Marcel Leutenegger available http://documents.epfl.ch/users/l/le/leuteneg/www/MATLABToolbox/DoubleClass.html

I want to run this on Windows 7 in Matlab 2010b.

I unzip the folder, DoubleClass, cd to it, and run
addpath(genpath(pwd))

I would normally add this package to the toolbox directory; however, I do not have an admin rights for the accounts that I want to run Matlab on.

The problem is that I am still using the built in functions (or so it seems.)

>> which exp
built-in (C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2010b\toolbox\matlab\elfun\@double\exp) % double method
>> which cot
C:\Users\adz24\Documents\MATLAB\DoubleClass\@double\cot.m % double method

Most functions in the DoubleClass/@double are .dll. The only functions that Matlab recognizes are the .m, so it seems like I am adding the path correctly.

I also try to use mexmake.m in DoubleClass/matlab, but it seems to be hardcoded for lcc, and I have Visual Studio compiler.

I saw the other post regarding a similar install problem, but the poster fixed it by moving the installation folder to a path which I do not have rights to.

Thanks



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