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 ==== Windows ==== ==== Windows ====
-For Windows, I personally prefer the freely available MicroSoft VC++ 2008 Express edition. Be aware that to compile 64-bit MEX files, you must also install the SDK for Windows 2008, see the [[http://​www.mathworks.com/​support/​solutions/​en/​data/​1-6IJJ3L/​index.html?​solution=1-6IJJ3L|solution provided by MathWorks.com]].+For Windows, I personally prefer the freely available MicroSoft VC++ 2008 Express edition. Be aware that to compile 64-bit MEX files, you must also install the SDK for Windows 2008, see the [[http://​www.mathworks.com/​support/​solutions/​en/​data/​1-6IJJ3L/​index.html?​solution=1-6IJJ3L|solution provided by MathWorks.com]] ​(for newer versions of Windows, please follow [[http://​www.mathworks.com/​support/​solutions/​en/​data/​1-ECUGQX/​|these instructions]]).
  
 ==== Octave ==== ==== Octave ====
 For non-Mac systems, Octave should come with a bundled compiler (Windows) or, for Linux systems, is compiled from sources or the system definitely should have a compiler installed. If you wish to use NeuroElf under Octave and you run into problems getting the MEX files compiled, please get in touch under ''​info (a) neuroelf (.) net''​. For non-Mac systems, Octave should come with a bundled compiler (Windows) or, for Linux systems, is compiled from sources or the system definitely should have a compiler installed. If you wish to use NeuroElf under Octave and you run into problems getting the MEX files compiled, please get in touch under ''​info (a) neuroelf (.) net''​.
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