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how to build standalone application

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RISHABJEET
RISHABJEET on 20 Mar 2011
guyz i am trying to build standalone application of a matlab file, for which i know the command is: ---->>> mcc -mv filename
but all the tym it asks me to select a complier out of the list of none. i am being using R2010a on windows7 64-bit. pleas help me

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jiro
jiro on 20 Mar 2011
You need a C compiler. Take a look at this page under "MATLAB Compiler" column. There are a couple of free compilers you can install.

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RISHABJEET
RISHABJEET on 20 Mar 2011
i have already installed visual c++2010 and sdk 7.0 but it is not detected by matlab. i have also downloaded the supporting patch file as well.
the list of compiler is present when i go for the command --->>> mex -setup but while building the standalone, the compilers are not detected.

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RISHABJEET
RISHABJEET on 20 Mar 2011
thnx Jiro for your advice. i generated the standalone application on a 32 bit windows XP system.
but the issue is how to run it in MCR? i have already instaaled MCR on my machine.

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jiro
jiro on 21 Mar 2011
If you have installed MCR, then you should be able to simply run the .exe file. What issue are you having?

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Peter Webb
Peter Webb on 22 Mar 2011
This article describes how to create, deploy and execute standalone applications. It includes instructions on how to install and use the MCR>

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