How to compile .m file to convert into .oct (Octave) file using Mendix application
Hi Everyone, I am trying to create one application for capturing user inputs to design a motor or a generator and storing in a specification file. I just wanna know, Can we able to compile the .m (MatLab) file that is specification file of a design for converting into .oct file ? I go with .oct format, because the optimization software which we use accepts only .oct file. Is there any work around for it, Please suggest. Regards, Vignesh Kannan
No. You best see Mendix as a shell around a Java-application. For conversions like this you may find a Java-widget that does the magic and Mendix can care of the rest.
Tim v Steenbergen
GNU Octave and Matlab share almost the same Syntax, so your unmodified .m file might work in there out of the box, particularly if it doesn’t use any Matlab Toolboxes.