I'm trying to set up my new Windows 8.1 tablet to compile Mathematica (9.0.1) functions to C, using the MinGW-64 compiler. I have it set up so that the following works: ...
Mathematica supports an exact list of compilable functions: They are listed here: List of compilable functions. However, I would need to add the following functions: ToExpression, StringFreeQ, ...
Let me give a bit background: As many of my answers imply, I often use the auto-parallelization (meaning, that Mathematica distributes the calculation automatically over several cores when ...
I was looking at the answer of Leonid of Faster alternatives for DayOfWeek and wanted to see how hard it would be to do something similar in C++ using an external library like Boost. I tried to ...
The documentation for CompilationTarget says, "if you do not have a suitable C compiler then you will not be able to set CompilationTarget to C". Well at this time, I don't have a compiler installed ...
I wish to try the trial version of the latest Intel C++ Compiler for Windows with Mathematica. I have downloaded the current version of Intel® C++ Composer XE 2011 for Windows and installed only the ...
Mathematica does not recognize any C compiler on my computer. I run Mathematica 220.127.116.11 on Windows 7. I've tried to make sure various C compilers are installed on my computer, but I'm not sure how to ...
The CCompilerDriver documentation explains that to use visual studio express on 64-bit targets, it's necessary to install the windows SDK after installing visual studio. I have done this, first ...