Wolfram LibraryLink provides a powerful way to connect external code to Mathematica, enabling high-speed and memory-efficient execution.

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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 ...