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Returning multiple results from a LibraryLink function

What is the best way to return multiple inhomogeneous results from a LibraryLink function? Imagine that the result of a single computation is several tensors of different dimensions and several ...
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What are these new LibraryLink functions and datatypes for?

Looking at the LibraryLink examples, there are several new functions and objects, as well as example programs, that appeared in version 9. Are these documented? If yes, where? If would be nice to ...
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LibraryLink Documentation

Bug fixed in version 10.0.0 The documentation for LibraryLink has the following example ...
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2X slower with ; — LibraryLink performance problem [duplicate]

This is the continued problem of the LibraryLink memory usage question here and here. In the following code, there is a 2X performance difference with only the change of ";". ...
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Where is my memory? — LibraryLink never returns the memory

Bug introduced in 8.0 or earlier and persisting through 10.3 This is an example LibaryLink code from Mathematica documentation, which takes an integer and return an integer list: ...
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Why LibraryLink function crashes at a second time?

Bug introduced in 9.0 or earlier and fixed in 10.3 Update As Todd Gayley commented under halirutan's answer, this is a bug. I'm trying link one of Lapack's function to Mathematica through ...
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Dynamic and LibraryLink: dynamic visualization of a simulation

I am asking this question to save some time and I am expecting answers only from people who have tried something like this before. (I realize that I could just try it and see if it works, but that ...
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How to convert data types in a LibraryLink wrapper

I have a dynamic library which I want to load into Mathematica using LibraryLink. I don't have access to the source code of the library, so I need a C wrapper to do the job. In the C wrapper, I would ...
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Efficiently determining if 3D points are within a surface composed of polygons

This is the 2nd part of a previous question which I edited to make into 2 separate questions: Extracting polygons from 3D contour plot surface As an extension of my earlier question involving simple ...
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Type conversion: LibraryLink mint vs. MathLink integer type

Assume the following situation: I have a WolframLibrary function which gets as parameter an integer tensor (which is for simplicity of rank 1) and the function should return an integer list through ...
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What is causing a type error when trying to modify Mathematica state from a function linked with LibraryLink

I've managed to reduce my problem to a very simple C program: ...
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Why am I getting an error from MLPutFunction after getting the MathLink from LibraryLink?

Based on the example on the documentation page for processMathLink, I've got the following C++ code: ...
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Supported options for compiling LibraryLink code with VC++

I have to generate an interface to Mathematica for a fairly large library. I would like to use LibraryLink, as the generation seems much simpler. The platform is Windows (VS 2012), and I am ...
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LibraryFunctionLoad hangs under Windows

I'm running the Wolfram Finance Package version of Mathematica 8, under Windows 7 Professional. Any time I attempt to call LibraryFunctionLoad, the Kernel seems to ...
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How can I link the c library GAUL into Mathematica?

Is there a way to load the library GAUL (Genetic Algorithm Utility Library) for use within Mathematica?
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Converting other C++ classes to MTensor in LibraryLink

Hopefully this will be a quick question + a quick answer: Say I have a C++ (or C) code using LibraryLink. I am using a library that defines a specific matrix class, as many numerical libraries ...
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Mathematica + Numerical Recipes

the idea of combining Mathematica with the new routines in the 3rd edition of Numerical Recipes (NR) is very interesting. In fact, there is a NR library to Matlab which works very well because not ...
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Accessing methods and properties of C++ objects?

Is it possible to access the properties or methods of C++ objects created with LibraryLink or MathLink like with J/Link ? Such capability doesn't seem built-in yet and I'm not sure it ever will as ...
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Using Boost with CreateLibrary

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 ...
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Mathematica Library Link : How to use non standard 'mint' e.g. 'unsigned int' or 'long long int'

I use Mathematica 8.0.4 on Mac OSX 64 bit, and gcc as C compiler. I am trying to write a LibraryLink function that deals with large positive integers i.e. greater than $2^{31}-1$. By dealing with, I ...
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Linking FORTRAN with Librarylink

FORTRAN code can be called using MathLink or .NET/Link (see the link for a worked examples). But as mentioned in a talk by T.Gayley and J.Klein in Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, LibraryLink, ...
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Visual Studio Express 2010 on x86-64: libcmt.lib missing

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 ...
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Minimal effort method for integrating C++ functions into Mathematica

As of Mathematica 8, what is the minimal effort way to integrate an existing C++ function into Mathematica? I think we have these: MathLink (it was quite long ago I used it last time) communication ...