system_dependent.m apparently corrupted

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Kevin J. Delaney
Kevin J. Delaney el 25 de Feb. de 2012
Editada: Christopher Mauer el 24 de En. de 2020
In compiling a simple "hello world" function, I get the error regarding the file system_dependent.m, saying "The input character is not valid in MATLAB statements or expressions." Sure enough, opening system_dependent.m in the MATLAB editor shows it full of what looks like binary data.
How do I replace/repair this file? What's corrupting it?
Thanks, Kevin

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Robert Jenkins
Robert Jenkins el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Hi, Kevin.
I'm running into this same problem today. Although It was 3 years ago, did you ever find a solution to this problem?
Thanks!
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Kevin J. Delaney
Kevin J. Delaney el 21 de Sept. de 2015
No--and now I can't even find system_dependent.m!

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Christopher Mauer
Christopher Mauer el 24 de En. de 2020
Editada: Christopher Mauer el 24 de En. de 2020
I'm guessing you guys still have not found a solution? Same problem. Tried several versions of matlab. Even cleaned my registry and temp files, updated windows, etc. Nothing seems to work.
EDIT:
There was a directory that was placed on my matlab path called something like:
*/example/
This directory contained the system_dependent.m file in */example/fsroot/toolbox/compiler/system_dependent.m. It appears to be used by the matlab compiler, so it appears as a *.m file (hence the invalid text character, it was an encrypted file!). I am not sure how the directory ended up where it did, but I could not make any sense of its location.
SOLUTION:
Remove */example/ from your path, or better yet, delete */example/ altogether.

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