I want to understand if this is intended behavior or dependes on something specific to my setup.
I have a class in a class folder such as @world_t/word_t.m. I also have one or more methods in separate files in said class folder @world_t. I have a program that instantiates an object and runs some methods, it works.
Now if I add a new method "run_sim" by adding a file @world_t/run_sim.m and modify the program to call that method, it does not work. The error is "Unrecognized method, property, or field 'run_sim' for class 'world_t'.".
If I do "clear classes" and run the program again it works. So apparently Matlab does not see the new method added when the old class is already loaded into memory, as can be seen by "inmem()" call.
This is on Windows 10 and a local file system on "C:\...".
Is this expected behaviour? Is there a better way to make Matlab see the new method without "clear classes"?
(One problem with clear classes is that it also clears global variables, and I have one that I want to keep.)