For Windows, the library bundles an NMake makefile
Makefile.mak). In order to use it, you must edit
Makefile.mak to adjust the values of a number of configuration
variables to match your setup. Once you have done that, start the
Visual Studio Command Prompt and type
$ nmake /f Makefile.mak # for the Windows 64 target $ nmake /f Makefile.mak ARCH=win32 # for the Windows 32 target
For Windows platform, it is also possible to compile just the
MATLAB MEX files from within MATLAB (using the
command). This is meant to help less experienced users that may need
to recompile the mex file due to binary incompatibilities with older
- syntax error: '=' unexpected:
nmake /f Makefile.mak. Without
/f, nmake will default to the wrong makefile.
- 'long' followed by 'long' is illegal:
This error is usually caused by attempting to compile outside of the Visual Studio Command Prompt.