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compile Stand-alone applications

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Dear all,

I would like to generate a stand-alone .exe file from

some .m files, in order to be able to run it in a generic

computer with Windows XP sp2.

I recognise that I'm lost at this time, so I would be

grateful if anyone can tell me how to do it.

Thnk you very much in advance.

Best regadrs to everyone.

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    • "Rafael Salavera" <rafasalavera.matlab.questionfor.info.gmail.com> wrote in message

      <fq3mj7$nrs$1.matlab.questionfor.info.fred.mathworks.com>...

      > Dear all,

      > I would like to generate a stand-alone .exe file from

      > some .m files, in order to be able to run it in a generic

      > computer with Windows XP sp2.

      > I recognise that I'm lost at this time, so I would be

      > grateful if anyone can tell me how to do it.

      > Thnk you very much in advance.

      > Best regadrs to everyone.

      >

      The Mathworks produces a Matlab compiler for doing exactly

      this operation. However note that it is very expensive cash

      wise, and also requires the target computer to have a very

      large file installed on it prior to the exe file being able

      to work.

      The only other way I know of doing it is manually

      translating the Matlab program into another high level

      language (e.g. C++) and compiling that - if you are using

      any relatively complex mathematics, then this operation is

      far from trivial.

      Regards

      Dave Robinson

      #1; Tue, 29 Apr 2008 00:15:00 GMT
    • "Rafael Salavera" <rafasalavera.matlab.questionfor.info.gmail.com> wrote in

      message <fq3mj7$nrs$1.matlab.questionfor.info.fred.mathworks.com>...

      > Dear all,

      > I would like to generate a stand-alone .exe file from

      > some .m files, in order to be able to run it in a

      generic

      > computer with Windows XP sp2.

      >

      You require Matlab Compiler

      http://www.mathworks.com/products/compiler/?BB=1

      Vihang

      #2; Tue, 29 Apr 2008 00:16:00 GMT
    • "Dave Robinson" <dave.robinson.matlab.questionfor.info.somewhere.biz> wrote in news:fq3o5q$1kk$1

      .matlab.questionfor.info.fred.mathworks.com:

      > "Rafael Salavera" <rafasalavera.matlab.questionfor.info.gmail.com> wrote in message

      > <fq3mj7$nrs$1.matlab.questionfor.info.fred.mathworks.com>...

      > The Mathworks produces a Matlab compiler for doing exactly

      > this operation. However note that it is very expensive cash

      > wise, and also requires the target computer to have a very

      > large file installed on it prior to the exe file being able

      > to work.

      > The only other way I know of doing it is manually

      > translating the Matlab program into another high level

      > language (e.g. C++) and compiling that - if you are using

      > any relatively complex mathematics, then this operation is

      > far from trivial.

      > Regards

      > Dave Robinson

      >

      I don't make stand-alone apps, but maybe you can do it with

      SciLab? www.scilab.org

      Tom

      #3; Tue, 29 Apr 2008 00:17:00 GMT
    • Thank you very much to everybody. I'll try all your posted

      solutions... I'll tell you.

      Best reagrds to everybody

      Tom <tcantwell.matlab.questionfor.info.copper.net> wrote in message

      <Xns9A515B0464413tcantwellcoppernet.matlab.questionfor.info.216.196.97.142>...

      > "Dave Robinson" <dave.robinson.matlab.questionfor.info.somewhere.biz> wrote in

      news:fq3o5q$1kk$1

      > .matlab.questionfor.info.fred.mathworks.com:

      >

      message

      generic

      exactly

      cash

      very

      able

      using

      is

      > I don't make stand-alone apps, but maybe you can do it

      with

      > SciLab? www.scilab.org

      > Tom

      #4; Tue, 29 Apr 2008 00:18:00 GMT