compiling mwfeval under windows

Shay Ohayon's Avatar

Shay Ohayon

31 Jul, 2017 01:33 PM

Hi Chris,

Can we get rid of the boost dependency in mwfeval to make it easier to compile under windows?
It seems like there are only two instances of using it (one for an assert) and another for something related to path parsing.
Alternatively, can you please compile this for x64 windows matlab and provide the mex file?

Thank you,

Shay

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Christopher Sta... on 31 Jul, 2017 02:07 PM

    Christopher Stawarz's Avatar

    Hi Shay,

    More significantly than Boost, mwfeval depends on the MWorksCore framework. Unless you're interested in porting a large chunk of MWorks to Windows, you aren't going to be able to compile it there.

    If you're interested in unsupported ways of reading MWorks data on other operating systems, have a look at this discussion. In particular, the ldo.py file included there provides a pure-Python reader for MWorks event files. (Be aware, though, that it is much slower than the supported, macOS-only tools).

    Chris

  2. Christopher Stawarz closed this discussion on 02 Aug, 2017 02:24 PM.

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