Creating S-Function (with Qt) for Matlab Simulink

  • Trying to find a solution to make readable Matlab-Simulink S-functions without using Matlab or its libraries (of course with Qt Framework, maybe mex files?)
    Already found some more or less helpful ways to create a readable .mex file using Visual Studio but they don't really work.

    Are there any ideas or experience for creating such s-functions within Qt ? Keep in mind, I know how to create s-functions with Matlab (using C and Header files). I'm searching a way without using Matlab! :D

    Information: Im using Qt 4.7 with Eclipse Integration.

  • Hi,

    your post is 3 years old, but I am facing the same issue. Have you found any solution for your question :) ?


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