Working on your own Github fork is the way to go. I have deleted the joelandersson-matlab branch. I hope you can contact them and track down their latest code and use it as a base/reference.
On 24/09/13 09:30, Joel Andersson wrote:
Late answer to this post since I don't follow this list regularly. From
what gathered, Josef worked on this during his master's thesis together
with a fellow student.
Both their theses can be found online:
I haven't heard about any work on this since.
I have some spare time now and I plan to give SWIG-Matlab another shot.
Since you are now on github, I'll probably do this in a fork and won't
use the "joelandersson-matlab" branch, which has essentially no work in
it (feel free to delete it). I'll send another mail to the list when
I've started coding, probably around November.
2013/3/5 William S Fulton <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:Swigemail@example.com>
On 01/03/13 23:22, Kris Thielemans wrote:
> Does anyone know the status of the work by Josef Pacula on
getting swig to
> work to generate wrappers for matlab? There was quite an active
> in 2012, but there doesn't seem to have been a reaction on the
> from Josef requesting some feedback
> The code in github doesn't seem to have changed for 8 months,
except in a
> "pure" branch by "JohnRil", see
> I haven't tried any of this out (yet).
I don't know any more. Did you contact Joseph to see what he had to say?
Please post to the list if you find out more.
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