Note that this reference documentation is identical to the help that is displayed in MATLAB when you type “help peercompile”.

  PEERCOMPILE  This script/function is used for compiling and linking the 'peer' MEX file.
 
  On Linux and MacOS X, you should just be able to call this function without arguments.
 
  On Windows, you need to select a compiler using one of the following options:
    compile('bcb')   - Borland C++ Builder
    compile('bcc55') - Borland C++ 5.5 (free command line tools)
    compile('mingw') - MinGW (GCC port without cygwin dependency)
    compile('vc')    - Visual Studio C++ 2005 or 2008
 
  Please note that this script does NOT set up your MEX environment for you, so in case
  you haven't selected a C compiler on Windows yet, you need to type 'mex -setup' first
  to choose either the Borland or Microsoft compiler. If you want to use MinGW, you also
  need to install Gnumex (http://gnumex.sourceforget.net), which comes with its own
  procedure for setting up the MEX environment.