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mex


Build MEX function


Syntax


mex(filenames)
mex(filenames, option1, ..., optionN)
mex(api, filenames)
mex(api, filenames, option1, ..., optionN)
mex('-output', mexName, filenames)
mex(api, '-output', mexName, filenames)
mex(api, '-output', mexName, filenames, option1, ..., optionN)

Input argument


api

a string: '-R2017b' (separated complex representation) or '-R2018a' (interleaved complex representation).

filenames

a string or cell of characters: list of files to use. First filename used as mex name.

mexName

a string: override naming convention.

option1, ..., optionN

string: compilation or link option.

Description


Nelson includes an interface to allow legacy mex-files to be compiled and linked with Nelson.

A mex file is a type of computer file that provides an interface between Octave or the reference commercial software and functions written in C, C++.

Nelson have also his own C++ API to manage more easily internal nelson's objects.

PREDEFINED C MACRO:

MX_IS_NELSON macro is defined to easily detect if Nelson is used in C code.

MX_HAS_INTERLEAVED_COMPLEX macro is defined if C MEX API used is '-R2018a'.

Supported options: compilation or link.

CFLAGS=

-D The -D option defines C preprocessor macro.

-U The -U option undefines C preprocessor macro

-I Adds pathname to the list of folders to search for #include files.

-l Links with dynamic object library .lib, .so or .dylib.

-g Used for debugging (Debug configuration).

Example


edit([modulepath('mex'), '/tests/test_mexPrintf.nls'])

See also


dlgenerategateway.

History


Version Description
1.0.0 initial version

Author


Allan CORNET

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