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how to install a compiler for windows 8.1

Asked by vijay sai on 22 Jan 2014
Latest activity Answered by Richard Crozier on 22 Jun 2015
To build a model from simulink, a compiler is needed to be installed. How do I do it on windows 8.1

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 22 Jan 2014

Once you have installed a suitable compiler, at the MATLAB command line, command
mex -setup
and chose the compiler you installed.

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The Windows SDK no longer ships with a complete command-line build environment. You must install a compiler and build environment separately.
So there are now no officially supported compilers on Windows 8.1. The real solution is to use Linux of course, or The Mathworks to support gcc on windows, or llvm perhaps.

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Answer by Mostafa
on 20 Jul 2014
Edited by Mostafa
on 20 Jul 2014

Hello Dear,
I have the same problem with windows 8.1. I'm running MATLAB r2014a on my Windows 8.1. 64bit, Also I installed the MS windows SDK 8.1 for my windows. However, I can't see MS SDK 8.1 in supported compilers for MATLAB in mathworks website, and it seems we should reinstall MS windows 7 64bit and SDK 7.1 instead! I feel annoying do so, and I will wait till a solution can be found for this flaw in MATLAB. I'm waiting for that enthusiastically!
Good Luck.

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Answer by Richard Crozier on 22 Jun 2015

You can't, there are no supported compilers for Windows 8.1
The Windows SDK no longer ships with a complete command-line build environment. You must install a compiler and build environment separately.
So there are now no officially supported free compilers on Windows 8.1. Unless you are willing to pay for Visual Studio. The real solution is to use Linux of course, or for The Mathworks to support gcc on windows, or llvm perhaps.

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