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How can I include a version resource file in a MEX function on Windows?

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I am using MATLAB on Windows and am creating a MEX-file. Since a MEX-file is a shared library, I would like to be able to include version information in the MEX-file in the same way that I do with other DLLs, that is using a resource file.

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MathWorks Support Team am 2 Nov. 2020
Bearbeitet: MathWorks Support Team am 2 Nov. 2020
It is possible to add a version resource to a MEX-file. Below are the general steps.
1) Create a compiled version resource file (.res). This can be done using Microsoft Visual Studio's resource compiler (RC) which will compile a resource script (.rc). One easy way to do this is to create a version resource file in a dummy win32 shared library project.
If you need help creating a compiled version resource please refer to the Microsoft Visual Studio documentation at
2) Compile the MEX file and include the resource file created in step 1. For example, if you have a compiled resource file version.res the following command will link it to the MEX-file.
mex yprime.c version.res
Note that you need to use the compiled resource file in order to link it to a MEX-file.

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