|26 Jun 2012||Visulal Studio.Net Custom App Wizard Customized App Wizard for creating MEX files in Visual Studio.Net.||Mike Woodward||
You might also want to check out this download: http://www.mathworks.com/programs/simulink-visual-studio/simulink-and-visual-studio.html - it's fully documented.
|29 Sep 2009||Visulal Studio.Net Custom App Wizard Customized App Wizard for creating MEX files in Visual Studio.Net.||Chamane||
very good indeed
|01 Feb 2007||Visulal Studio.Net Custom App Wizard Customized App Wizard for creating MEX files in Visual Studio.Net.||Mahdi Shafiei||
For this to work with Visual C++ 2005 Express, in addition to the change mentioned in one of the previous comments in the \vcprojects\Matlab\MatMex.vsz file, you should also add a line. So,
and the following line should be added to the end:
|27 May 2006||Ken Meyfroodt||
Did someone succeed in using this in Visual C++ 2005 Express? (the free version)
I see the matlab template, I can select it and give a project name but when I press OK nothing is happening and there is no project created.(I did change 7.1 to 8.0)
The VCwizard directory structure seems different?
|28 Feb 2006||André R Brodtkorb||
For this to work with MSVC 8.0 you need to change the following in the \vcprojects\Matlab\MatMex.vsz
|27 Feb 2006||Bob Huggins||
Found it it easy to use as a beginner to MEX and MAT lab ,it would be nice to see the code for WIZARD I might find out how to add to it . Support for ADO & Intel math library would be nice since purpose is speed. It only takes 3 lines an extra header & pointing the linker at the library but since this is going to be used a lot it would be nice to have it done .
|14 Dec 2005||Rob Szalapski||
This was extremely easy to install and use. I am very pleased that I can work in my prefered Visual Studio IDE. NOTE: Change build settings to build directly to your Matlab path.
|20 Nov 2005||Jun Tang||
very useful tool. It can save a lot of my debugging time.
|26 Aug 2005||A H||
Very good indeed
|11 Jun 2005||lyhwus lyhwus||
Nice job. Save a lot of time.
|20 May 2005||Liam Ellis||
What a great time saver.