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File paths of all function calls within an m script? (and all m scripts that call it?)

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Darin McCoy
Darin McCoy on 4 Oct 2011
Hi,
I'm trying to optimize the load time for a GUI i built that calls several matlab functions and several custom functions that i've created. I would like to use Matlab Compiler to build an EXE out of this.....but the load time is too slow (because i am loading libraries that i dont directly use in the program)
I think i can get a faster load time if i only add the paths for just the functions i need (and the functions that they call)...its basically like using a "which" on all functions (and nested functions)) for an m file. Has anybody done that?

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 5 Oct 2011
Will the code dependency report be helpful to you? In the M-editor, click Tools->Show dependency report

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Darin McCoy
Darin McCoy on 5 Oct 2011
It's close! (Not quite what i need....)
It doesn't give you the filepaths of each function - and it doesnt get all the functions (it only gets a couple of them)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 5 Oct 2011
The compiler effectively already does this for all .m code that it can figure out is called somewhere. (It cannot always figure out what is being called if the routine names appear as strings such as in feval() or eval() or as quoted strings in callbacks.)
MCR, is a different matter. My understanding is that it is possible to create semi-customized versions of MCR, but you have no hope of doing it "manually" is it depends entirely on what internal routines are called. (And, of course, I can't locate the documentation I was thinking of, and at the moment what I can find does not appear to allow the possibility at all. I might have dreamed it...)

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