So, I've got a function that runs in MATLAB and I have used the MATLAB Coder to convert to C/C++ code. I am doing this to get the MATLAB code onto an existing Android App. I have followed the "MATLAB to iPhone and Android Made Easy" this far. The code compiles and I can move it into my cpp file. When I compile my app, I get an error that says my code can't find "tmwtypes.h." I'm curious first as to what it does/means and how I can fix the error? I am also worried that it might be my makefile that is giving the error.
As a sidenote, I also noticed that the Coder made some .dll files. From my understanding, these won't work on Android so I was curious if maybe that means I am doing something wrong? I have used the Coder to make source code so I think I'm in the right area but I wanted to make this post to be 100% sure.
My code was written in 2014b MATLAB but I am using R2018a for compiling and the Microsoft Windows SDK v7.1. My target device is Generic and Unspecified (assume 32-bit Generic).