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Topic: [Q:] NDP Fortran & MATLAB FMEX experience
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Chen YangQuan

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[Q:] NDP Fortran & MATLAB FMEX experience
Posted: Jun 28, 1996 12:33 AM
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Friends,
I feel exhausted doing FMEX for MATLAB in PC Win95.
I have NDP V3.2 and V4.0.2. The Phar Lap's newest TNT linker is
Version 6.1.
When running the FMEX.BAT of MATLAB V4.2c1, several .obj, .lib
files cannot be found. Then I changed to use FMEX.BAT of MATLAB V4.0,
the compiling process is okay, but there are several link errors. However,
the generated .MEX file can still be called from MATLAB.

BUT the strange thing is: in the every first run, it has an error
regarding to the number of IN parameters, such as 'I need 2 input
parameters'. When in the 2nd run and the later runs, this error
disappears and the results are correct!!

The prblem is : how to elliminate the first run error?

Any expert there can share some experience in FMEXing ?

Best regards,

Yangquan Chen


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