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When building a C++ program using MATLAB Engine in Visual Studio, is it possible to specify -R2017b?

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I have set up Micosoft Visual Studio 2022 to build Matlab Engine applications. But it looks like by default is compiling for -R2018a instead of -2017b (which is the default option in the Matlab compiler). And that's making the Visual Studio compiler to throw LNK2019 and LNK1120 errors (unvresolved externals). Any idea on how to solve this problem?

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Benjamin Thompson
Benjamin Thompson am 21 Jan. 2024
It seems like it should be possible, provided you can install Visual Studio 2017 Professional or Enterprise Edition:
Since Visual Studio 2022 was released much later than the final release of MATLAB R2017B, there is probably no way to make the two work together.
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Mohamed Lanjri El Halimi
Mohamed Lanjri El Halimi am 23 Jan. 2024
Thanks for the quick answer!
On the note 2 of https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/supported-compilers.html is stated that Visual comunity, Professional and Enterprise edidtions are supported.
Also the Visual Studio installer allows install older versions of it's compiler.
The code that I was trying to compile supports conditional compiling for various Matlab versions, finally figured out that just needed set up correctly the preprocessor definitions.
There's a pretty convinient Visual Studio extension that provides templates for creating Mex functions, which facilitates a lot to build the final solution.

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Mohamed Lanjri El Halimi
Mohamed Lanjri El Halimi am 23 Jan. 2024
The code that I was trying to compile supports conditional compiling for various Matlab versions, finally figured out that just needed set up correctly the preprocessor definitions.
There's a pretty convinient Visual Studio extension that provides templates for creating Mex functions, which facilitates a lot to build the final solution.

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