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vrf Matlab 2007a figure viewer menu items

Question asked by VRFuser on May 21, 2008
Thanks for the clarification Vlad. It helps to understand the situation. It’s a shame to lose some of the functionality.

 

Cheers

 

Nick

 

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From: Losik, Vlad [mailto:losikv@tycoelectronics.com]
Sent: 20 May 2008 15:46
To: VRF
Subject: RE: [vrf] Matlab 2007a figure viewer menu items

 

I raised this question before and got reply from Agilent.

In a nutshell it goes like this:

Prior to Vee8.5 the matlab engine was "matlab run time server"

In latest matlab release this was replaced by matlab compiler generated binary libraries.

So it includes only the future Mathworks decided to make available (in that case not all menu options on graph figure are made available in binaries.)

Among other things it means that you can no longer extend matlab engine by compiling your own functions in p-code.

This was decided by MathWorks and has nothing to do with Agilent so nothing can be done about it.

Hope this helps

Vlad

 

 

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From: Nick Evans [mailto:nick@evanstest.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 10:09 AM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Matlab 2007a figure viewer menu items

Hi All

 

I am using agilent vee pro 8.5.  I just had occasion to revisit some old code developed in vee 8.0 that uses Matlab graphing.  I notice now that when the graph pops up in Matlab (2007a) the matlab menu bar is now severely depopulated.

With the version of Matlab script shipped with vee 8.0, the figure menu bar includes items for “File”, “Edit”, “Tools”, “Window”, “Help”.  The new version of Matlab only shows “File” and even that menu item has been depopulated of items (no page setup now for example).

 

Has anyone else noticed this?  More importantly, how can I get the default menu items from the previous version of matlab back?  The old Matlab window had nice built in functions to allow the user to annotate the graph, etc.

 

Interestingly if you look at the documentation for Matlab 2007a it at least implies that there should be a lot of menu items present (based on screen shots).   Is vee restricting the menu items being shown in some way?

 

Thanks and regards

 

Nick

 

 


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