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January 19, 2016 at 12:21 am #188
Dear I ‘m trying to install BDP_15c.
I’m following the instructions in the readme.txt file.
I went in matlab current folder “packaging_tools” then I type “CompileBDPMexFiles” in the command window, but I recive the following error
??? Error using ==> cd
Cannot CD to ..\external_tools\+demon_registration (Name is nonexistent or not a directory).
Error in ==> CompileBDPMexFiles at 30
cd([‘..’ filesep ‘external_tools’ filesep ‘+demon_registration’]);
Then I type directly the second step:
CompileBrainSuiteDiffusionPipeline –package 14aRC1 –build 1234
Matlab works and finally ask me about “compiler”…what Do I have to type?
January 19, 2016 at 8:55 am #189AnonymousInactive
Hi Luca, you can download the pre-compiled executables/binaries from our download link. You do not have to compile yourself, unless you are changing the code itself. In any case, here are replies to your query:
First error is a bug in the code. Thanks for reporting it. We will fix it in next release.
For second step, can you send what options were displayed in the matlab window? In most cases, going with first option (pressing 1) works.
January 21, 2016 at 2:18 am #191
The following lines appears….
Executing command: mbuild -O -v -output “BrainSuite_Diffusion_pipeline” “BrainSuite_Diffusion_pipeline_main.c” “BrainSuite_Diffusion_pipeline_delay_load.c” “BrainSuite_Diffusion_pipeline_mcc_component_data.c” -link exe -env MCR_DELAYLOAD=/delayload:mclmcrrt711.dll -env MCR_DELAYLIB=delayimp.lib
This is mbuild Copyright 1984-2006 The MathWorks, Inc.
Select a compiler:
January 21, 2016 at 11:15 pm #197AnonymousInactive
Hi Luca, You probably first need to install a compiler for your platform: http://www.mathworks.com/support/compilers/R2012a/win64.html
January 22, 2016 at 12:59 am #198
until now I used the BS_15b and BDP_14b.
Everythings works correctly. It means that my MCR 2012a is correctly installed on my platform.
Now I want to try new release for BDP, if the requested MCR is the same as previous BDP version, my platform should be correclty equipped. Do you think so?
January 22, 2016 at 1:14 am #200AnonymousInactive
Hi Luca, I think there is some confusion here. You do not need to compile BDP yourself (and need not need to worry about these compiler issues). If you are using windows, then you can download the new release from link below (for other platforms see download page for similar links; click on the big icons on the top of the page)
https://forums.brainsuite.org/download/downloads/?vers=15c.win64&type=.zip (for windows).
This should have the latest BDP (& other components of BrainSuite as well). Can you try using the included bdp.exe directly as you did with earlier versions (and ignore anything related to Matlab compiler)?
Please let us know if that worked.
January 24, 2016 at 3:05 am #204
I have ran on a single subject all BS_15c steps, including BDP_15c. Everything works!
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