Here some corrections to do for R2014b.
In the classe ButtonGroup, objet.GroupHandles could be empty in release R2014b. Maybe, there are others maners to do it, but here one :
So since line 81, you can replace following reference about "obj.GroupHandles" by :
gChildObj = allchild(obj);
numChild = numel(gChildObj); % OLD numel(obj.GroupHandles);
if val > numChild;
'The selected child value %d exceeds the number of controlled children: %d',...
groupIdx = 1:numChild;
groupIdx(val) = ;
% OLD set(obj.GroupHandles(groupIdx),'Value',0,'Enable','on');
% OLD set(obj.GroupHandles(val),'Value',1,'Enable','inactive');
obj.SelectedChild_ = val;
I've the same message as Larry. When I post URL given in example in a Web browser (Firefox with no proxy configured), I can see the staticmap of Google Maps.
I've not problems with my quotas and I've really loaded the last version.
Can you give me some help on what it happens ?
There is a problem of incompatibility between the version 1.13 of the tremendous contribution GUILayoutToolbox and R2013b version of Matlab.
We set the default file installGuiLayoutToolbox our StartUp. Unfortunately, it also blocks our MatLab R2013b. After analysis, we commented on the toolbox <type> online </ type -> info.xml in the file directory layoutHelp GUILayoutToolbox. Perhaps there-he has an explanation through the Toolbox we have: Signal Processing, Mapping Toolbox, Image Processing.
If this message can help others, so much the better ...
I am currently trying to call my matlab functions from Java using the JNI method described here. I have got it working well from Windows (even under heavy load).
However, when I run it on Linux under heavy load it crashes. The problem appears to be the libXXXInitializeWithHandlers function - it causes the JVM to crash.
Do you have an example similar to the above but working for Linux. Have a encountered any instability in the compiled matlab libraries that can crash the JVM?