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How can I compile standalon app with x64 MATLAB and Compiler for x86 cpu?

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I would like to compile a standalopne application. I have x64 MATLAB and Compiler but I'll use the standalone on a x86 PC. Is there any option to define the target cpu?

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Aurelien Queffurust
Aurelien Queffurust on 27 Sep 2012
From the mcc documentation :
-win32 Run in 32-Bit Mode
Use this option to build a 32-bit application on a 64-bit system only when the following are both true:
You use the same MATLAB installation root (matlabroot) for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of MATLAB.
You are running from a Windows command line (not a MATLAB command line).
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Bíró
Bíró on 27 Sep 2012
Is that mean I have to install a 32-bit MATLAB as well? Because I have tried it but it said "Unable to find suitable install area".

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 27 Sep 2012
You can install both 32 bit MATLAB and 64 bit MATLAB on your computer. Use the 32 bit MATLAB to compile an app for a 32 bit operating system, and use the 64 bit MATLAB to compile an app for a 64 bit operating system.
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Bíró
Bíró on 27 Sep 2012
But if I want to deploy a universal standalon app what can run on x86 and x64 too, is that enough to deploy it with 32-bit MATLAB? So can a 32bit standalone run on a x64 PC?
Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 27 Sep 2012
Yes it can - a 32 bit app can run on a 64 bit computer. Those are all the programs you see in the Program Files (x86) folder. But of course the converse is not true. A 64 bit app can't run on a 32 bit computer.

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