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Thread Subject:
Using mcc with lightspeed

Subject: Using mcc with lightspeed

From: Misha Koshelev

Date: 19 Jun, 2009 21:40:19

Message: 1 of 1

Hi, I am not 100% on clear on whether or not this is possible. My application uses lightspeed fairly extensively. Thus, simply using ISDEPLOYED before calling a Lightspeed routine will not work. However, I was wondering if it is possible to use mcc with lightspeed without rewriting functions like match, randnorm, randgamma, etc.

Specifically, I am getting this message:
This MATLAB file does not have proper version information and may be corrupt.
The file
   '/home/misha/Montague/matlab/lightspeed/match.m'
   is not in the application's expanded CTF archive at
    '/home/misha/.mcr_cache_v78/GibbsSampler_C16862F3C13A42668C8282A5CDD743E5'.
This is typically caused by calls to ADDPATH in your startup.m or matlabrc.m files. Please see the compiler documentation and use the ISDEPLOYED function to ensure ADDPATH commands are not executed by deployed applications.
??? An error occurred while trying to determine whether "match" is a function name.



Thank you
Misha

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