can I release the MATLAB Compiler-generated stand-alone to public?
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Just wnat to make sure if I fully understand the terms of the Matlab Runtime License that pupped up while I am installing the Matlab Compiler-generated standalong package.
I am going to refer the Matlab-generated stand along packaege as the stand-along product, the end product, or the application file.
I understand that one is not allowed to re-enginer the compiler or share the library that enables the execution of the compiled Matlab applications or components. However, the end product generated by the compiler should be used by others without any restriction from Matlab, as long as they only run the application(the end product). The use of the stand-along product generated by the compiler should not be limited to the one who generated it. Otherwise it does not make any sense. The one who is able to generate the stand-along does not really need to use it, he can use Matlab code he developed himself. The Run Time itself is like a coffee machine. We buy the coffee machine to make coffee and sale the coffee, not the machine, to custom. The purpose of generating the stand along files is to be able to deploy them to the end users, who do not program with MatLab. Therefore, one should be allowed to deploy the MatLab Compiler-generated standalong pakage to any body (individules or entity), or in other words, to the public. Any one who received the end product should be allowed to run the application without free of charge from Matlab Inc..
Is my understanding correct? Please confirm. Thanks.