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I have a request to make an EXE be able to dynamically call a .m file with Mathscript. The .m file is User supplied and not knowable at build time. But my understanding is that the EXE compiles in the Mathscript, so this cannot work, and that other dynamic mathscript options (such as â€œevalâ€) do not work in an EXE. Has anyone encountered this issue before?
I'm writing an application where users can plug in their own matlab code via a Mathscript "wrapper". I need a way of timing out the matlab in case the user creates an infinite loop. Does anyone know if mathscript provides a native timeout (google didn't find anything when searching "mathscript timeout"). If not, does anyone have any good (hopefully simple) suggestions? Thanks!
Dear all, My company is starting a project where some Matlab files (.m) need to be executed by LabVIEW. The 2 obvious solutions are Matlab script nodes and MathScript nodes. Unfortunately, even though the latter one is the most cost-effective and light in terms of installation, many of the functions we need are not supported by the Run Time Engine, so it's kind of a deal breaker. For the Matlab script nodes, I know Matlab needs to be installed since LabVIEW will request Matlab to execute the scripts through ActiveX. What I don't know is: what version of Matlab? Is there a cheaper "Run Time Engine" of Matlab we can use instead of buying the full-blown developement version of Matlab? Any other comment, remark, suggestion, alternatives? Thanks!