This is a problem specific for older SPM versions. You shouldn't need spm_list_files for SPM5. MATLAB has moved on since SPM2 was released, and we don't have so many resources to keep on supporting old SPM versions. Any work on bug fixes and patches all goes into SPM5, rather than older versions. Maybe it's time to switch?
From: SPM (Statistical Parametric Mapping) [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Marko Wilke
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2007 8:40 AM
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Subject: Re: [SPM] SPM2 and Matlab R2007a/R2007b (Windows XP 32-bit)
for what it's worth, I had the same problem and have pretty much given
up on it after a couple of days... so I would also be grateful for hints
regarding this issue.
Sheeba Arnold schrieb:
> Has anyone tried SPM2 with the latest Matlab version (R2007b) on Windows XP
> 32-bit platform?
> I have been trying to generate spm_list_files.mexw32 for the past few days
> and was finally able to compile and link the program successfully, but on
> Matlab R2007a, I still get the message -
> "Initialising SPM..??? Invalid MEX-file 'C:\..\spm2\spm_list_files.mexw32':
> The specified procedure could not be found."
> Please help if anyone has the correct spm_list_files.mexw32 for R2007a or
> Many thanks!!
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