|MATLAB Compiler Release Notes|
Upgrading from an Earlier Release
This section describes upgrade issues involved in moving from earlier versions of the MATLAB Compiler to Version 3.0.
MATLAB Compiler 3.0 is fully compatible with previous releases of the Compiler. If you have M-files that were compiled with a previous version of the Compiler and compile them with the new version, you will get the same results.
Upgrading from MATLAB Compiler 2.0/2.1/2.2/2.3
MATLAB Compiler 2.1 (and later versions) does not support the
-V1.2 option that was available in Compiler 2.0.
Upgrading from MATLAB Compiler 1.0/1.1
In many cases, M-code that was written and compiled in MATLAB 4.2 will work as is in the MATLAB 6 and the MATLAB 5 series. There are, however, certain changes that could impact your work, especially if you integrated Compiler-generated code into a larger application.
Changed Library Name
Beginning with MATLAB 5.0, the name of the shared library that contains compiled versions of most MATLAB M-file math routines,
libtbx, has changed. The new library is now called
Changed Data Type Names
In C, beginning with MATLAB 5.0, the name of the basic MATLAB data type,
Matrix, has changed. The new name for the data type is
In C++, beginning with MATLAB 5.0, the name of the basic MATLAB data type,
mwMatrix, has changed. The new name for the data type is
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