Where is located the "auto generated HTML file" once you publish in Matlab file exchange ?
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Nicolas Douillet on 27 Jan 2018
I am a contributor to the file exchange and I have one or two files which may worth being published (meaning with an online doc). I had a look at Publishing MATLAB Code, and followed the steps. I manage of course to publish the code, but I never found yet the HTML file it is about at the very end : "By default, MATLAB creates a subfolder named html, which contains an HTML file and files for each graphic that your code creates. The HTML file includes the code, formatted comments, and output." Did I misunderstand something ? If not, where is this link ?
I had a quick look at the existing topics / questions on this subject but not really found any. Thank you by advance for your help.
Edited: Stephen23 on 28 Oct 2018
"I manage of course to publish the code..."
Did you run the publish command, or use the toolbar publish button? What options did you use when publishing? Please show the exact code used (if you called the command).
"...but I never found yet the HTML file it is about at the very end"
Did you find the html folder (in the current directory, or the location that you specified)?
Check the output folder by opening the Edit Publishing Options:
madhan ravi on 28 Oct 2018
Read the link below and follow the instructions mentioned:
Nicolas Douillet's "Answer" moved here:
Hi, I still would like to add some doc to my .m files. Thank you for your answers.
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