From: Ender <jr147@msstate.edu>
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> Unfortunately, that's just the way it is; there is no way around
> having to distribute the MCRInstaller.exe with the file; it might
> be
> possible to obtain the MCRInstaller.exe file from somewhere on the
> internet perhaps... I'm not sure if Mathworks might provide it
> online.
>
> It just works out a lot easier to have a compiled executable that
> draws on the functions in the Matlab Component Runtime environment,
> than to have to code all those functions seperately into the
> executable; the file itself would be almost as large then anyway.
  
Could you explain what this means. How is it easier to have a
compiled excutable draw on the functions in the Matlab Component
Runtime environment, than to have to code all those functions
separately into the executable. I thought the executable was my
compiled code. I also understand that my executable will perform the
actions that are written into the compiled program, but I am confused
about what you said about the MatLab component Runtime part. I don't
have much experience compiling functions so if you could clarify this
for me please do.

Also is there a website or does Mathworks have a webpage that I could
direct someone to download the MCRInstaller.exe