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       mwrap - Octave/MATLAB mex generator


       mwrap [-mex outputmex] [-m output.m] [-c outputmex.c] [-mb] [-list] [-catch] [-c99complex]
             [-cppcomplex] infile1 infile2 ...


       mwrap is an interface generation system in the spirit of SWIG or matwrap.  From a set of
       augmented Octave/MATLAB script files, mwrap will generate a MEX gateway to desired C/C++
       function calls and .m function files to access that gateway.  The details of converting to
       and from Octave's or MATLAB's data structures, and of allocating and freeing temporary
       storage, are hidden from the user.


       -mex   specifies the name of the MEX function that the generated functions will call.
              This name will generally be the same as the prefix for the C/C++ output file name.

       -m     specifies the name of the Octave/MATLAB script to be generated.

       -c     specifies the name of the C MEX file to be generated.  The MEX file may contain
              stubs corresponding to several different generated files.

       -mb    redirect Octave/MATLAB function output to files named in the input.  In this mode,
              the processor will change Octave/MATLAB function output files whenever it
              encounters a line beginning with @.  If @ occurs alone on a line, the output will
              be turned off; if the line begins with @function, the line will be treated as the
              first line of a function, and the m-file name will be deduced from the function
              name; and otherwise, the characters after @ (up to the next set of white space)
              will be treated as a filename, and mwrap will try to write to that file.

       -list  print to the standard output the names of all files that would be generated from
              redirect output by the -mb flag.

       -catch surround library calls in try/catch blocks in order to intercept C++ exceptions.

              use the C99 complex floating point types as the default dcomplex and fcomplex

              use the C++ complex floating point types as the default dcomplex and fcomplex