Files Generated After Packaging MATLAB Functions
When the packaging process is complete, three folders are generated in the target folder
for_redistribution folder to users who do not have
MATLAB® installed on their machines.
The folder contains the file
MyAppInstaller_web.exe that installs the
packaged application, MATLAB Runtime, and all the files that enable use of the application on the target platform with
the target language in the target folder. It downloads MATLAB Runtime from the Internet if it is not included in the installer at the time of
for_redistribution_files_only folder to users who do not
have MATLAB installed on their machines. This folder contains specific files that enable use
of the packaged application on the target platform with the target language.
Standalone executable file.
Text file containing packaging information.
When the executable starts, the file is read from the same folder where the executable is located, and the splash screen is displayed.
The file that registers the generated
VBA module file that can be imported into a VBA project.
Excel® add-in that can be added directly to Excel. You do not need both
HTML file with packaging and installation details.
Use the files in this folder to test your application. The folder contains all the
intermediate and final artifacts such as binaries,
JAR files, header files,
and source files for a specific target. The final artifacts created during the packaging process
are the same files as described in for_redistribution_files_only Folder. For further information on
how to test your packaged applications, see the following topics:
|Standalone Application||Install Standalone Application|
|Excel Add-In||Execute Functions and Create Macros|
The intermediate artifacts generated are a result of packaging of the MATLAB files. They are not significant to the user.
This folder also contains two text files.
mccExcludedFiles.txt lists the
files excluded from packaged application, and
contains product IDs of products required by MATLAB Runtime to run the application.