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Matlab Version 7.0 vs Version 7.4

Subject: Matlab Version 7.0 vs Version 7.4

From: Rob Clemens

Date: 7 Oct, 2008 18:30:05

Message: 1 of 2

Ive created a Matlab GUI on what I believe was version 7.4.0.287 (I created it a good while ago on a system in another state so I cant go check the version). It works fine on that version of Matlab as well as 2008, however on some of our other machines we only have version 7.0.4.365 (Released Jan 29th 2005) on our plan which means it would be somewhat of a pain to get a new version installed. When I try to run the Matlab GUI on the 7.0 version, Matlab core dumps on me. It comes from the GUI file or when the program tries to do something with the GUI fig file I believe because I can open the m.file fine but if i try to open the .fig file in GUIDE matlab core dumps on me. Is there a incompatability between these two that makes Matlab version 7.4 not backwards compatible with version 7.0? If there is some sort of incompatibility is there a way to get around it?

Thanks for the responses I appreciate the time.
-Rob

Subject: Matlab Version 7.0 vs Version 7.4

From: Bruno Luong

Date: 7 Oct, 2008 18:54:02

Message: 2 of 2

"Rob Clemens" <cashtance@gmail.com> wrote in message <gcg9rd$b8n$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
>Is there a incompatability between these two that makes Matlab version 7.4 not backwards compatible with version 7.0?

Yes.

>If there is some sort of incompatibility is there a way to get around it?
>

Not that I'm aware of. I have asked these questions few time here and no solution is found.

GUI fig created with 7.0 will work with 7.4 however. That's a pain, I know.

Bruno

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