slproject.create

(Not recommended) Create blank project

slproject.create is not recommended. Use matlab.project.createProject instead. For more information, see Compatibility Considerations.

Syntax

proj = slproject.create
proj = slproject.create(path)
proj = slproject.create(name)

Description

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proj = slproject.create creates and opens a project using the blank project template from the Simulink® start page, and returns a project object. Use the project object to manipulate the currently open project at the command line. The new project is created in the default project folder. To change the default folder for new projects, on the MATLAB® Home tab, click Preferences. In the Preferences dialog box, on the MATLAB Project pane, set the Default folder.

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proj = slproject.create(path) creates the project at the location specified by path.

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proj = slproject.create(name) creates the project in the default folder, with the name specified by name.

Examples

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slproject.create

You can control the default folder for new projects using the project preferences.

proj = slproject.create('C:\work\myprojectname');
proj = slproject.create('myprojectname');

Input Arguments

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Path for the new project location, specified as a character vector. If you do not specify the path, slproject.create creates the project in the default location. You can change the default location in the project preferences.

Example: C:\work\projectname

Data Types: char

Name for the new project, specified as a character vector.

Example: myproject

Data Types: char

Output Arguments

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Project, returned as a project object. Use the project object to manipulate the currently open project at the command line.

Properties of proj output argument.

Project PropertyDescription
NameProject name
InformationInformation about the project such as the description, source control integration, repository location, and whether it is a top-level project.
DependenciesDependencies between project files in a MATLAB digraph object.
ShortcutsShortcut files in the project.
ProjectPath

Folders that the project puts on the MATLAB path.

ProjectReferencesFolders that contain referenced projects. Contains read-only project objects for referenced projects.
CategoriesCategories of project labels.
FilesPaths and names of project files.
RootFolderFull path to project root folder.

Compatibility Considerations

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Not recommended starting in R2019a

Introduced in R2017a