Care is taken to ensure that some set of commands produces common results across compilers. If I switch back to project A, a,b, and c would reopen. Warning: Executing startup failed in matlabrc. I've looked up how to create a startup. Loren replied on : 39 of 45 OysterEngineer- The setting of defaults is documented in one place for all of graphics. However, I think I will take 5 minutes to write one for some general stuff. By looking closely in the file matlab.
Saves me a lot of time and effort. Especially as I see differences in workflow from how I do things. This information is also stored in the preferences file. It will probably include format long g grid on by default Why oh why isn't this the factory default? If I switch to project X I want to close those, and open x. Many of you seem to prefer to start from a blank slate w. The docs also say you can modify the userpath function, if you so desire, or the matlabrc.
It can have the form port host. Thanks I don't know the regular way to do this, but the easy way is just settings the userpath to your directory of personal scripts. Daniel replied on : 15 of 45 So, after getting some help in the forums, this is what I have: %% Initialize the system with defaults %% Set grids on all axis. For convenience, make this folder a folder that you frequently use. You can put anything inside it, just like you would any other script. What a mixed bag, but with some notable trends! I usually do this for presentations that I give, so my startup.
The Properties dialog box for matlab. This sort of circularity pervades everything I've found in the docs on startup. Also, I alternate Mondays between that project and the others. It's such a great resource! According to in the docs, you should create your own startup. This is supposedly undocumented functionality, so keep an eye out.
. Do not include the pathname or a file extension. Choose an option for the Initial working folder preference. You can place your startup. As another poster commented: why isn't this the default or at least an option configurable without having to put these commands in the startup.
As read in : Changing the Startup Folder Starting in R2014b, you can change the startup folder using the General Preferences panel. On the Home tab, in the Environment section, click Preferences. I do not recommend that you alter this file, unless you are sure you know what you are doing! If you get an error. I don't tend to use breakpoints, etc. This allows using the same Makefile for use with multiple Matlab versions without manual editing of the Makefile.
Do not use nodesktop to provide a command line interface. For example, use to open the Command History and to open the Help browser. Startup options also are called command flags or command-line switches. There is nothing special about startup. Michael replied on : 18 of 45 I'm not much of a fan of startup.
OysterEngineer replied on : 38 of 45 This post was really handy just because I learned how to default the grid on. Change Startup Folder Starting in R2014b, you can change the startup folder using the General Preferences panel. With nodesktop, you can still use most development environment tools by starting them via a function. Folks save their workspaces, or desktop layouts, but you can't save your what files you have open. Reference: This is meant as a pointer for Lx users as confused as I was at first.
Of course, now somebody will point out some obvious piece of doco which I've missed which says how to do this. Then I'm less likely to delete tests and more likely to organize them % well and run them. Run this to save a list of files open in the editor. For more information, see the -r option in , , or. Not the default directory, but adds to the search path. Edit the field Start In. For a complete list of the startup options for Windows platforms, see the reference page for the function.