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Subject: Re: MatLab Compiler
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Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 09:12:37 -0400
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That's what somebody at work told me a day or so ago. He said that I
could create stand-alone excutables with the mcc command in MatLab. I
told another guy who was helponig me with MatLab, that I used the
compiler that was built into my MatLab v7.0. He said that he thought
even with version 7.0 an add on compiler was needed. I have
successfully created an excutable with the mcc function of MatLab. My
new question is this what is meant by a stand alone excutable. Also,
whenever I tried running the excutable on another computer that
didn't have MatLab, the file didn't work.

sandeep patil wrote:

> hi,
> you can use the command( in matlab): mcc
> Madincea Vasile wrote:
>> there is no free compiler, only the compiler from the
>> for
>> which you need a license...
>> Ender wrote:
>>> I am trying to convert matlab.m files into stand-alone
>> excutables.
>>> I
>>> was told by numerous people that a compiler was needed to
>> this.
>>> I
>>> want to know if there is a free compiler that will allow me
> to
>>> create
>>> these types of files. Also, if there is a compiler that
> this
>>> are
>>> there directions or an example that could show me how to
> create
> a
>>> excutable out of my pre-existing matlab .m file?
>>> -Ender-