Python module to close a package
myDeployedModule.terminate() closes a package
consisting of one or more deployed MATLAB® functions.
myDeployedModule.terminate() can be called on a
package handle, after which no functions can be called on the handle.
If you exit from a script or session,
myDeployedModule.terminate() is called automatically.
Hence, calling it explicitly is optional, but a good idea because it frees
resources at that point. Alternatively, you can use
Close a Handle to a Deployed MATLAB Function
This example shows how to create a handle to a package named
myDeployedModule, and close the handle after
calling a deployed MATLAB function.
import myDeployedModule myobj = myDeployedModule.initialize() print(myobj.makesqr(3)) myobj.terminate()