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README.md

About NIX-MX

The NIX-MX project is an extension to NIX and provides Matlab bindings for NIX.

Development Status

The NIX-MX project has been developed and tested solely under Windows 32 and Windows 64 and is in a beta stage of development. Specifically all of the features of NIX have been implemented and unit tests for all of the methods exist and pass, but extensive testing and some refactoring of existing code has to be done as of yet.

Getting Started (Windows 32/64)

Quick start packages, Beta-Release 1.1.0

The quick start packages are compiled under Windows 32/64 and contain all dlls, binary and Matlab files required to use NIX-MX with the respective Windows OS. The included NIX dll is a stable release 1.3.2 build . To use the packages, unzip them into a folder of your choice and run the startup.m script from the root folder. Do not change the file/folder structure.

The Windows 32 package contains:

  • HDF5 dlls (Release 1.8.14)
  • NIX dll (stable release 1.3.2 build, compiled using BOOST 1.57.0 and CPPUNIT 1.13.2)
  • NIX-MX (Beta-Release 1.3.0, 10.02.2017)

The Windows 64 package contains:

  • HDF5 dlls (Release 1.8.14)
  • NIX dll (stable release 1.3.2 build, compiled using BOOST 1.57.0 and CPPUNIT 1.13.2)
  • NIX-MX (Beta-Release 1.3.0, 10.02.2017)

NOTE: there was a small bugfix in examples/Primer.m after the latest release. If you want to use this small tutorial, please replace examples/Primer.m in your extracted quick start package with the corresponding file from the master branch.

Build NIX-MX under Windows

To build NIX-MX under Windows please follow the guide provided at WinBuild.md