Matlab Compiler problems in Windows(x64)

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Notes for the Windows (64-bit) Platform

  1.  You must install a C compiler to use LOADLIBRARY on a 64-bit platform.
  2.  Intel compilers depend on tools provided by Microsoft development products. Support for Intel compilers requires Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Professional Edition. Access to the 2005 SP1 edition is available from Microsoft as part of their Visual Studio with MSDN subscriptions.
  3.  These compilers are being phased out and will not be supported in a future release.
  4. To build .NET components, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 must be installed. This product is automatically installed by Visual Studio 2005 or 2008. It can also be downloaded from the Microsoft Web site. To execute applications that use the resulting .NET components, the target machine must have the matching .NET Framework installed.
  5.  MATLAB Builder NE supports building .NET Assemblies but not COM objects when using the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK without Microsoft Visual Studio.
  6. To use Microsoft Visual Studio with MATLAB on a 64-bit platform, you must choose “X64 Compilers and Tools” when installing Microsoft Visual Studio. This is not selected by default. Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Express and Professional Editions also require that the the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) is installed properly. For more information, see Solution 1-6IJJ3L.
  7.  Includes Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder and Stateflow Coder compiler support.
  8. Fortran compilers are supported with Simulink only for creating Simulink S-functions using the MATLAB MEX command. The S-functions can be used with normal and accelerated simulations.

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