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set-up for complier sdk

Asked by Erdem Uguz on 18 Jan 2016
Latest activity Commented on by Walter Roberson
on 23 Jan 2016
I am running Matlab 2015b on a windows 10 machine. I would like to use Complier SDK to generate C++ codes from my Matlab codes. According to http://www.mathworks.com/support/compilers/R2015b/index.html
I need to have Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Professional (or 2013 2012 2010 ) which are not free. Does Windows SDK 10 does the same job?

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Walter Roberson
Answer by Walter Roberson
on 18 Jan 2016

No it does not.
You should consider using MinGW which is free and supported on Windows 10 for R2015b.

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Kamuran on 18 Jan 2016
I wish that was solving my problem. I need to create C++ shared libraries so I need SDK 7.1 which is not supported by windows 10 and sdk 10 is not supported by Matlab. I believe MathWorks has to be more responsive to these kind of problems. I am almost certain that they receive Windows 10 way before anybody else and have time to make necessary adjustments.
Anyways..thanks for the help.
Walter Roberson
on 23 Jan 2016
C++ shared libraries can be created using the -shared flag in MingW

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Harsheel
Answer by Harsheel
on 22 Jan 2016

It might be difficult but not impossible to install SDK 7.1 on Win 10. Seems like the following link may help you:
Try it carefully to make sure you don't mess your system.

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