|MATLAB Compiler Release Notes|
This section summarizes the new features and enhancements introduced in the MATLAB Compiler 3.0.
|Note The MATLAB Compiler 2.3 was made available in Web-downloadable form after Release 12.1. These Release Notes include information about features added in Version 2.3, as well as Version 3.0 (i.e., since Release 12.1).|
If you are upgrading from a release earlier than Release 12.1, then you should see New Features in the MATLAB Compiler 2.1 Release Notes.
MATLAB Compiler 3.0
speculate, is available. It improves the performance whenever the run-time types of variables match what is expected. It allows the Compiler to achieve similar performance to the new accelerator technology in MATLAB. See Performance Acceleration in the MATLAB documentation for more information. For more information about this optimization, see Optimizing Performance in the MATLAB Compiler documentation.
MATLAB Compiler 2.3
MATLAB Compiler 2.3 allows you to create Microsoft Excel components from MATLAB M-files. This Windows-only feature translates a collection of M-files into a single Microsoft Excel add-in. Both C and C++ code generation are supported.
To support the creation of these components, the following Compiler options have been added or enhanced:
-B) has been enhanced so that you can include replacement parameters for Compiler options that accept names and version numbers and they will be expanded properly.
-b,causes the Compiler to generate a Visual Basic (
.bas) file that contains the Microsoft Excel Formula Function interface to a Compiler-generated COM object.
-i, causes the Compiler to include only the M-files that are specified on the command line as exported interfaces.
|Note To create Microsoft Excel components with the MATLAB Compiler, you must have the MATLAB Excel Builder product installed on your system. To learn more about the MATLAB Excel Builder, see its documentation.|
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