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Topic: MEX files with Windows95
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Victor M. Martinez, Jr.

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MEX files with Windows95
Posted: Jul 8, 1996 12:59 PM
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Hi. I've been trying to compile a C code in my PC unsuccessfully. I tried
getting help from the Mathworks people but they've been unable to do so.
I hope that someone out there might be able to tell what I'm doing wrong.
The Mathworks guy told me to compile the yprime.c file, here's the output
I get:

C:\MATLAB\BIN>C:\msvc\bin\cl -c -ALw -Zip -FPi87 -G2D -Od -W3 -DDLLMEX yprime
Microsoft (R) C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 8.00c
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1984-1993. All rights reserved.

Command line warning D4021 :no action performed

C:\MATLAB\BIN>C:\msvc\bin\link /align:32 /CO /NOD /NOE @cmexdll.lnk

Microsoft (R) Segmented Executable Linker Version 5.60.339 Dec 5 1994
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1984-1993. All rights reserved.

Object Modules [.obj]: /align:32 /CO /NOD /NOE yprime.obj +
Object Modules [.obj]: ,
Run File [yprime.exe]: yprime.dll
List File []:
Libraries [.lib]: C:\MATLAB\extern\lib\libmexms.lib +
Libraries [.lib]: ldllcew.lib +
Libraries [.lib]: libw.lib
Definitions File [nul.def]: cmexdll.def
LINK : fatal error L1093: yprime.obj : object file not found

Any ideas what's wrong here? Thanks.

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