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7.2.2 Installation of TSTOOL


7.2.2.1 All lines in the OpenTSTOOL/tstoolbox/mex/*.m are comments, is this right?

Yes, this are the comment-texts for the compiled mex functions (e.g. type help amutual at the matlab prompt).


7.2.2.2 Where are the precompiled Mex-Files?

They are in OpenTSTOOL/tstoolbox/mex/<MEXEXT>, where <MEXEXT> is the extension for mex files on your system. You can determine this extension by using the command mexext in Matlab.


7.2.2.3 There are more than one file called e.g. amutual.m, why?

For some functions there are up to three versions of the file:


7.2.2.4 What does the error message ''Attempt to execute SCRIPT ...as a function.'' mean?

Matlab cannot find the correct mex files for this systems and so it tries to execute the scripts OpenTSTOOL/mex/*.m (which are only the help texts for the mex files). There are many possibilities for this error:


7.2.2.5 What does the error message ''This application has failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect.'' mean?

This happens on Windows systems without the Visual C++ 2008 run-time libraries. Since the mex-files for Windows are compiled with VC++ 2008, these run-time libraries are needed for the proper execution of the compiled Windows mex-files that ship with TSTOOL. Please see the installation section for details on how to install the run-time libraries.


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