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All the compilers will compile a C++ s function successfully. However, when trying to reference those files using an s function block I get an 'error obtaining sizes from Mex. Specified module could not be found'.
Has anyone successfully compiled a C++ s function on the set up described.
I must use 32 bit to be compatible with the work of my colleagues.
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Thanks in advance,
The 'Specified module could not be found' error usually means that you are missing one or more DLL dependencies. Please see if this solution helps you debug the issue: How do I profile my EXE or DLL file with Dependency Walker?
PS: The S-function MEX-file is really a DLL with a MEX-specific extension, so you can treat it like a DLL in debugging.
I think I found a dodgy solution. Please comment on this answer.
I used Windows search to find:
I copied and pasted these to the MATLAB current directory and the model ran successfully.
After recompiling using Visual Studio Express 2005 I only needed to copy and paste MSVCR80.dll into the current directory!