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Scilab_XLL

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Scilab Xll Add in for Excel (97 to 2007)
Details
Version
0.1.1-1
Author(s)
allan.cornet@scilab.org
Entity
Consortium Scilab - DIGITEO
Package maintainer
Allan Cornet
Category
License
Supported Scilab Versions
>= 5.4
Creation Date
27th of September 2012
ATOMS packaging system
Available on
How To Install
atomsInstall('Scilab_XLL')
Description
Scilab Xll Add in for Excel (2007 to 2010 32 bits) It connects the Excel® interface to the Scilab workspace, enabling you to use Excel worksheet to leverage the numerical and computational power of Scilab. This version requires .NET 3.5 framework installed on your Windows
Files (3)
[40.23 Ko] Scilab_XLL-0.1.1-1-src.zip
makes it available for Scilab 5.4
[53.74 Ko] Scilab_XLL_0.1.1-1.bin.x64.windows.zip
Windows version (x64)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

[53.70 Ko] Scilab_XLL_0.1.1-1.bin.windows.zip
Windows version (i686)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

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Comment from Jason Nicholson -- 26th of December 2012, 02:11:12 AM    
Great idea!  However, the built plugins are missing:

Scilab_XLL.xll
Scilab_XLLC.dll
Scilab_XLL.NET.dll
xlwDotNet-vc90-mt-4_0_0f0.dll

Answer from Eric Strauss -- 5th of August 2013, 09:31:16 PM    
> Great idea!  However, the built plugins are missing:
> 
> Scilab_XLL.xll
> Scilab_XLLC.dll
> Scilab_XLL.NET.dll
> xlwDotNet-vc90-mt-4_0_0f0.dll
> 

Did you get it to work after adding those files?  I can't seem to get the link to work.

I'm running:
W7 - 64 bit
Office 2010 - 32 bit
SciLab - 32 bit (tried SciLab 64 bit as well)

I installed Scilab_XLL from the "Module manager - ATOMS" within SciLab, then
downloaded the 
zip file and copied all of those files over manually to the bin folder
C:\Program Files (x86)\scilab-5.4.1\contrib\Scilab_XLL\0.1.1-1\bin

I also got the add-in loaded properly through Excel and it shows up and so do the
functions.
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