Using LCC-Win32 compiler on Windows for incremental link with Scilab 5.x.

Download & Install LCC-Win32 http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/)

for Scilab 5.3 and more, you need to install lcc-windows toolbox from ATOMS

Launch Scilab.

Scilab detects and uses LCC-WIN32.

To check :

--> with_lcc()

a simple example :

if haveacompiler() then
//           CALLING EXTERNAL ROUTINE
  foo=['void foo(double *a,double *b,double *c)';  '{ *c = *a + *b; }'  ];
// we use TMPDIR for compilation

  if ~c_link('foo') then
    path = getcwd();
    chdir(TMPDIR);
    mputl(foo,'foo.c');
    ilib_for_link(['foo'],'foo.o',[],"c");
    exec loader.sce
    chdir(path)
  end
//5+7 by C function
  call('foo',5,1,'d',7,2,'d','out',[1,1],3,'d')
end

Please notice that all examples in Scilab (Windows) are prepared for Visual Studio C++ 2008 or mode (Pro and Express) (http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/visualc/)

FAQ about Visual Studio 2008 Express (http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/support/faq/) (Visual Studio 2008 Express is free, but not open-source)

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