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Compile C/C++ Shared Libraries from Command Line

You can compile shared libraries from both the MATLAB® command line and the system terminal command line:

  • deploytool invokes the compiler to execute presaved compiler projects

  • mcc invokes the command line compiler

Execute Compiler Projects with deploytool

The deploytool command has two flags to invoke one of the compiler apps without opening a window.

  • -build project_name — Invoke the correct compiler app to build the project and not generate an installer.

  • -package project_name — Invoke the correct compiler app to build the project and generate an installer.

For example, deploytool -package magicsquare generates the binary files defined by the magicsquare project and packages them into an installer that you can distribute to others.

Compile a Shared Library with mcc

The mcc command invokes the compiler and provides fine-level control over the compilation of the shared library. It, however, cannot package the results in an installer.

To invoke the compiler to generate a library use the -l flag with mcc. The -l flag creates a C shared library that you can integrate into applications developed in C or C++.

For compiling shared libraries, you can also use the following options.

Compiler Shared Library Options

-W lib:name -T link:libGenerate a C shared library. Equivalent to using -l.
-W cpplib:name -T link:libGenerate a C++ shared library.
-a filePathAdd the file, or files, on the path to the generated binary.
-d outFolderSpecify the folder into which the results of compilation are written.
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