Matlab engine without Matlab license

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Lee Kamentsky
Lee Kamentsky on 4 Oct 2013
Commented: Gerd on 30 May 2014
I would like to use the Matlab engine to provide interoperability between my open-source software and users who have a Matlab license and I want to guarantee that developers without a Matlab license can compile my application. Is the Matlab engine (libeng.so / dll, libmx.so / dll and necessary .h files) compatible with a GPL license and are the components needed to compile an application interfacing with the engine redistributable? I am anticipating that I would need to make just the libraries and headers available for download or ask that Mathworks do the same.
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Sebastian James
Sebastian James on 20 Feb 2014
I am also wondering about this issue; I want to package BRAHMS for Debian, and one of its components links to matlab's engine.h.

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Andreas Goser
Andreas Goser on 20 Feb 2014
This web community's purpose is about technincal topics. As a result you will not get reliable statements or no statements at all. Please contact your MathWorks account manager who will help you to get in touch with the right people at MathWorks.
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Gerd
Gerd on 30 May 2014
Now this was a statement, thank you!

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