Compilation don't work. Why?

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Yuriy
Yuriy on 24 Dec 2012
Hello.
I couldn't build my project from matlab coder. I had installed microsoft windows sdk 7.1 and i had setup compiler in matlab (mex -setup). When i tried to compile project an error occured: "??? Build error: Build failed for project 'residual_rtw'. See the target build log in the report for further details." When i choose checkbox "Generate code only", MATLAB generated c-code without errors. Please help. I have on my computer: MATLAB R2012b, Microsoft Windows SDK v.7.1.

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Fred Smith
Fred Smith on 26 Dec 2012
You can find the target build log in the compilation report. When the build fails you should see a link to a report. Open the report by clicking the link. In the bottom right corner you will see a tab for "Target Build Log". Click on the tab, and scroll down. This will show you the errors issued by the C compiler and linker.
There is something wrong with the setup of one of these.
Hope that helps,
Fred
ps. mbuild is not relevant for MATLAB Coder. It won't do anything useful.

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Dec 2012
Try
mbuild -setup
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Yuriy
Yuriy on 25 Dec 2012
I have tried very simple code:
function f = simple(x)
f=x;
end
But error is the same: Error in ==> Test Line: 1 Column: 1 Code generation failed: Open error report.

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Rick Rosson
Rick Rosson on 24 Dec 2012
Try using Microsoft Visual C++ instead.
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Yuriy
Yuriy on 25 Dec 2012
Thank`s for answer.
How should i do this?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 24 Dec 2012
See where it says "See the target build log in the report for further details." What is in that file? Report it back here.
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Yuriy
Yuriy on 25 Dec 2012
I don't know, but if I open the Test_rtw.bat in notepad it's ok:
call setup_mssdk71.bat
cd . nmake -f Test_rtw.mk GENERATE_REPORT=1 ADD_MDL_NAME_TO_GLOBALS=0 @if errorlevel 1 goto error_exit exit /B 0
:error_exit echo The make command returned an error of %errorlevel% An_error_occurred_during_the_call_to_make

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Yuriy
Yuriy on 25 Dec 2012
Thanks all for answers. I think I find the problem. When I restart matlab for the purpose of working with MatLab with administrative rights problem is disappeared.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 25 Dec 2012
I don't need to do that. When Windows needs such permission, it asks me, but for compilation it never asks for that.

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