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Portable format

Portable format

Portable format

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I've got a set of blocks which we release with another DLL.  What format should the blocks be in to be compatible with Matlab 2006 through to 2008?  Most people I talk to only know about one version and there doesn't seem to be a common format recognized by all versions.

Alternatively, is it possible to automatically upgrade from one version to another?

RE: Portable format

Our stuff is built using r2006a (blocks, libs, MEXes).  Seems to be ok still.

- Steve

RE: Portable format

(OP)
OK, I'll try regenerating the DLL in 2006 and run it in 2007 and 2008.  Didn't work the last time but maybe if I build it instead of leaving it to one of the expert modellers, it might magically start working.

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