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Topic: Matlab mex gateways for libraries
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Troy D. Goodson

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Matlab mex gateways for libraries
Posted: Nov 14, 1996 3:04 PM
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Has anyone made Matlab fortran mex gateways for libraries of routines?

We have a situation here where we want to use libraries of Fortran
routines with Matlab. I was wondering if I could get some comments on
the following issues:

1) You can't make a separate gateway for each routine from the library
because each gateway needs to be linked with the library. That makes
for a waste of disk space.

2) Suppose two (or more) routines in a library both rely on a third
which reads data from a file. This means you have to have one gateway
routine for the whole library. Othewise, there are file handeling
problems.

3) Gateway routines don't seem to have a way to pass character string
arguments as input or output.

Finally, is anybody out there using the NAG Gateway Generator?
http://connections.mathworks.com/nagwrgte.html

Troy.
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