Matlab compiler error during packaging - "no error"
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Good day, fine community!
I am experiencing a problem which has me kind of puzzled. I have created a GUI that I have succesfully packaged previously. After making some minor changes in the script requested by the end user of the GUI, I now want to package the updates, and when I run the compiler and open the project and hit package, I get an error message. In the log file, the only error I get is this:
"Error: Unable to open file "AAAAAA\Project Folder\MATLAB\MyProgram\for_testing\MyProgram.exe": No error."
Due to company policies I cant show you the full path names, but there are no weird characters or anything, and like I said I have compiled the app before without error. Furthermore, if I undo the small changes I made and try to package the 'original file', I get the same error again. How do I figure this out, when all I have to work with is "Error: no error"? Clearly, something has changed from the original packaging (which is only a week ago!) and now.
Compiler version: 8.1 (R2020b)
Suryaansh Mata on 18 Feb 2021
The error "Error: Unable to open file "AAAAAA\Project Folder\MATLAB\MyProgram\for_testing\MyProgram.exe": No error." seems to suggest that MATLAB compiler may not be able to access the file 'MyProgram.exe'. To resolve the issue, please try the following:
1. Please verify whether the file is located in a directory that requires administrative privileges and whether the user has access to the directory 'for_testing'.
2. Please check if any anti-virus software may be active. The anti-virus software may block MATLAB Compiler from accessing the file. Try temporarily disabling the software before attempting to compile the standalone again.
3. You can also try moving the file to a different directory where you know the user has access and try compiling again to see if you encounter the same issue.
If the suggestions above are not able to resolve your issue, please try re-compiling the code using a compile operation through the command prompt with the verbose flag: '-v'.
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