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gsl and windows (matlab)

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hallo!
i wanne use gsl under windows (visual c++, mex (matlab)). when i try to
compile my little exeample (from gsl web-site) i will get a linker-error:
undefined reference.

so, is there anynody with experience using gsl under windows (perhaps matlab
and mex / or visual c++) and can tell me how to use compiler-commands? (i
think that's my problem or perhaps path-declaration.?) did you have another
simple example for me?

greetings, michael*
Dec 28 '05 #1
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MiMu wrote:
hallo!
i wanne use gsl under windows (visual c++, mex (matlab)). when i try to
compile my little exeample (from gsl web-site) i will get a linker-error:
undefined reference.

so, is there anynody with experience using gsl under windows (perhaps matlab
and mex / or visual c++) and can tell me how to use compiler-commands? (i
think that's my problem or perhaps path-declaration.?) did you have another
simple example for me?


Try posting in either a VC or MATLAB newgroup. Your questions are
off-topic in this newsgroup, which deals with the the C++ language *AS
DEFINED BY THE STANDARD*. Application specific (mex/matlab) or compiler
specifics (switches) are off topic here.

Try microsoft.public.vc.language or comp.soft-sys.matlab
Dec 28 '05 #2

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