Should I use MATLAB Compiler (SDK) or MATLAB Coder to deploy my MATLAB programs?
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MathWorks Support Team on 17 Jul 2021
Edited: MathWorks Support Team on 17 Jul 2021
MATLAB Compiler enables you to share your MATLAB programs as standalone executables (.exe) that run against a MATLAB Runtime. It supports most of the features in MATLAB, including graphics, and protects your intellectual property by encrypting your MATLAB code.
MATLAB Compiler SDK extends MATLAB Compiler by the ability to provide shared libraries (.dll, .so), so that your MATLAB programs can be packaged into software components for integration with other programming languages.
MATLAB Coder on the other hand, provides readable and portable C source code. It supports a subset of the MATLAB Language focused on algorithms performing numerical computations.
The high-level differences between the two approaches are summarized below:
Frequently asked questions:
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saqib anwaar on 2 Sep 2021
Im also facing trouble rwgarding make peocess. Im using matlab 2014 and windows10, when i build my realtime simulink block , it returns error doesnt make Nmake is not recognized as internal or external commake... Make found an error 9009. I installed visulal. studio 2019 and sdk for windows 10 but still getti g the same response.
Mex -setup command selects winlcc32 xompiler but setup CC command response NO COMPILERS FOUND
How to solve this issue ?