The support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition to create MEX files has been added in MATLAB 7.7 (R2008b). Note that in some cases, the configuration steps described below are known to work with later releases of MATLAB as well. To install Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition with all required components: 1. Install Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition. The main Visual Studio 2008 Express installer is available from: This package can be installed using the default options. Install the Microsoft Windows SDK. The Microsoft Windows SDK is available by searching Microsoft's download site, or by going directly to: or Download the Windows Server 2008 &.NET 3.5 SDK.
Do not install beta or 'Release Candidate' (RC) versions. Note that in the SDK installer above: On screen 'Installation Options' Select 'Developer Tools'->'Visual C++ Compilers'. This item has the Feature Description 'Install the Visual C++ 9.0 Compilers. These compilers allow you to target X86, X64, IA64 processor architectures.' At this point you should be able to proceed and compile code as usual. For example, to select the compiler and build the YPRIME.C example MEX-file, mex -setup% Select Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition copyfile(fullfile(matlabroot,'extern','examples','mex','yprime.c')) mex -v yprime.c yprime(1,1:4) The final line should execute the MEX-file, and calculate the following output: ans = 2.0000 8. Escalada Do Monte Improvavel Pdf Viewer. 9685 4.0000 -1.0947 For information on which MathWorks products support Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition in your release, see the Supported Compiler List.
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I know the 32 bit visual studio will install on Windows 7 64 bit machine, but I suppose it can only be used to create 32 bit dlls. Is there a separate visual studio installer available to install 64 bit Visual studio that can be used for creating 64 bit dlls? Edit: Sorry for not visiting my own question for so long. I'm building the solution using devenv command: devenv mysolution.sln /build 'RELEASE WIN64' It skipped building all projects. So I opened the solution in Visual Studio, and in the build Configuration manager, I set Active Solution Configuration: Release Active Solution Platform: win64 But in the Project contexts (check the project configurations to build or deploy): Configuration: Release Platform: Win32 alone is available in this dropdown, not win64. What do I need to do?