This page describes the various changes made to the SWZ code (written in C) to make it work with Matlab mex. Further, it documents changes made to make the code consistent with the Dynare standards.

Basic changes: printing, error messages, exiting, memory allocation and ANSI C

Changes to BLAS and LAPACK functions for 64-bit compatibility

Tabs, Trailing Whitespace, and Line Return characters

DynareWiki: ModifyingSWZ (last edited 2010-07-06 15:04:09 by HoutanBastani)