I love this library; this makes testing in MATLAB nearly painless.
I've found one small bug in how error messages are handled in version 2.0.1 -- if your data contains characters which are meaningful to sprintf (backslashes in a Windows path, for example), the message is truncated and you get warnings about invalid escape sequences. Adding the following line to the end of comparisonMessage.m will insert the necessary escapes in the error message:
Hi Joel, thanks for the comments.
In answer, I don't generally use panel like that (rather, I mod the script and run it from scratch again), but it can be done if you prefer messing around at the command line. As I say, this is relatively untested because I don't use it, so ymmv.
I think if you delete a child panel, everything behaves, and you can call delete on an array of panels. So, in your example, try:
delete(p(1).children); % p(1).reset()
05 Dec 2013
Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export.
Have you read "readme.txt" file in "patch" folder, where p-file you've mentioned is located?
It mostly explains why they are there.
It looks like these files are fixed versions of core matlab functions, so developers won't release source code for them. Just hope that those issues would be removed some time.