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Integrating MATLAB R2014a with Visual Studio 2013

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I have Visual Studio 2013 Premium installed. It was installed using its defaults.
I try to integrate it with MATLAB by 'mex -setup' yet MATLAB can't locate it.
Yet still the same result. The System variable is well defined.
Moreover, I tried those manual configurations:
With failure.
What could it be?
Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes on 22 Sep 2014
Royi - turn verbosity on for the MEX setup so that you can see what MATLAB is checking for when searching for compilers. In the Command Window type
mex -setup -v
and paste the results here.

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Royi Avital
Royi Avital on 22 Sep 2014
It seems I managed to have VS 2013 on my list. Yet when I try to use 'loadlibrary' as in the documentation:
Using the code:
I get the following error: "The specified key is not present in this container.".
I get this error also when I hit:
It seems something is corrupted with my configuration. How can I reset it?
Royi Avital
Royi Avital on 23 Sep 2014
Hi Geoff, I used those for configuration:
Then suddenly I had it on the list when I used mex -setup -v.
But now I left with errors.
As you can see, they change files within MATLAB's folder.
ImageAnalyst, I get the compiler at work. I don't leave in the USA, the support here isn't as good or as fast as in this Forum.
Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes on 23 Sep 2014
Royi - I'm not sure what you mean by As you can see, they change files within MATLAB's folder. Do you mean they change when you run the setup?
Following Image Analyst's suggestion to contact support should most likely be the next step for you.

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