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yprime.c mex linking error (windows 8.1, matlab R2013b, visual studio 2012)

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Christos am 11 Dez. 2013
Beantwortet: Harsheel am 12 Dez. 2013
I am trying to compile the simplest mex example, yprime.c, which ships with matlab. I have run mex -setup and selected the Visual Studio 12.0 compiler as found. When I run:
mex -v -c yprime.c
The object files gets generated successfully. However, when I try to run:
mex -v yprime.obj
I receive the following:
Warning: Neither -compatibleArrayDims nor -largeArrayDims is selected.
Using -compatibleArrayDims. In the future, MATLAB will require
the use of -largeArrayDims and remove the -compatibleArrayDims
option. For more information, see:
-> Default options filename found in C:\src\mex\gpu
-> Options file = C:\src\mex\gpu\mexopts.bat
MATLAB = C:\src\MATLAB\R2013b
-> COMPILER = nvcc
-> Compiler flags:
COMPFLAGS = -gencode=arch=compute_13,code=sm_13 -gencode=arch=compute_20,code=sm_20 -gencode=arch=compute_30,code=\"sm_30,compute_30\" -c --compiler-options=/GR,/W3,/EHs,/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE,/D_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE,/D_SECURE_SCL=0,/DMATLAB_MEX_FILE,/nologo,/MD
OPTIMFLAGS = --compiler-options=/O2,/Oy-,/DNDEBUG
DEBUGFLAGS = --compiler-options=/Z7
arguments =
Name switch =
-> Pre-linking commands =
-> LINKER = link
-> Link directives:
LINKFLAGS = /dll /export:mexFunction /LIBPATH:"C:\src\MATLAB\R2013b\extern\lib\win64\microsoft" libmx.lib libmex.lib libmat.lib gpu.lib cudart.lib /MACHINE:X64 kernel32.lib user32.lib gdi32.lib winspool.lib comdlg32.lib advapi32.lib shell32.lib ole32.lib oleaut32.lib uuid.lib odbc32.lib odbccp32.lib /nologo /manifest /incremental:NO /implib:"C:\Windows\Temp\mex_W9oz9c\templib.x" /MAP:""
LINKDEBUGFLAGS = /debug /PDB:"yprime.mexw64.pdb"
Name directive = /out:"yprime.mexw64"
File link directive =
Lib. link directive =
Rsp file indicator = @
-> Resource Compiler = rc /fo "mexversion.res"
-> Resource Linker =
Contents of C:\Windows\Temp\mex_W9oz9c\mex_tmp.rsp:
I have tried the following: 1) Move the file to the current directory in which I have administrator rights (including running matlab as administrator) 2) Reinstalling matlab in C:\src\MATLAB\R2013b to avoid spaces in the directory path
This is the simplest example, and it is fairly annoying that I have already spent 2 days trying to make it work. Matlab personnel, please advice.
Thank you, Christos

Antworten (1)

Harsheel am 12 Dez. 2013
Why are you following a two step process of first creating an obj file and then getting a .mexw64 file? Have you tried the following?:
>> mex -setup %select your compiler
>> mex -v yprime.c % this will create a yprime.mexw64 file in your current folder
>> yprime([1],[1 2 3 4]) %execute the resulting mex file


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