So i know in order to use the 'loadlibrary' function you need a c compiler. But what if i turn the matlab code calling the 'loadlibrary' function into an executable program and that program is used on a computer without a c compiler?
I am using 3 functions from a .dll library, but do not actually have the .c code, otherwise i could just make a mex function using the .c files.
Is it possible to compile a mex64 function with only the .dll library file, and the header file? If not is it possible to write a mex function that uses those files? I want to make the program as versitile as possible, but it needs to be called in matlab.
If anyone has any ideas on what a good way to approach this problem, or general info i would be very thankful.
You can see how to generate the prototype file at http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_external/create-alias-function-name-using-prototype-file.html
That is, in a setup run on the development machine you would use the .h to generate the protofile; then the code you would compile would use the @protofile syntax on the already-generated file.