I am trying to use the parfor command and am trying out two of the examples given on the parfor page, but neither will compile due to an issue with codegen. I have the following saved in a file as test_parfor.m
function a = test_parfor
a = ones(10,256);
r = rand(10,256);
parfor i = 1:10
a(i,:) = real(fft(r(i)));
Then, I run
but I receive the error
"Check for incorrect argument data type or missing argument in call to function 'codegen'."
I also tried manually specifying the MEX configuration:
codegen -config:mex test_parfor
to no avail.
I cannot run the second example, either, using the function specify_num_threads. My first thought is that I might be calling the function when it's not in my current path, but that's not the case. I also looked at some common issues with codegen and it looks like there may be compiler compatibility issues with Unix (I'm using MacOS), but I also have XCode 11 installed, so that shouldn't be the problem either. I'd appreciate any help with this.