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Using Run Configurations for Debugging 2

Astute readers may notice that this blog has once again changed name. Ken has moved out to California to work for Apple and we wish him the best of luck there. In his honor, I'm going to highlight another clever way of using Run Configurations. Earlier this year Ken posted... read more >>

New and Updated Desktop Features in MATLAB R2009b 3

R2009b (version 7.9) is here! You’d think that I’d be used to the six month release cycle by now, but there is always something to do with mad rushes interspersed with calm lulls. We’re preparing blog posts about the new features in R2009b and doing retrospectives. At the same time… read more >>

Profiling using run configurations

We talk a lot about work flows here on the Inside the MATLAB Desktop blog, as well as ways you can streamline your interactions with MATLAB. For the Editor-centric folks in the audience, here’s a great way to integrate Profiling into your workflow using run configurations…. read more >>

Getting to your configurations 9

Back when we introduced configurations in R2007b (see this blog entry), one of the first questions brought up by customers was “where are the configurations stored and what format are they in?”. A completely understandable request, as it can be disconcerting to put time and energy into something and not… read more >>

Making a feature request 8

It’s pretty clear that MATLAB users have some great ideas on how to make the product better. Browsing through this blog’s comments reveals some of those ideas. We love your suggestions as responses to blog entries, but if you think you’ve got a really great idea, I’d encourage you to… read more >>

Run Configurations At Your Tooltips

You’ve taken the time to set up some really nice Run Configurations. You’ve even added great comments so that you can remember what functionality it tickles. But alas, it’s so hard to remember what the content of each configuration is (my memory is horrible too!). Ahh, but wait – there’s… read more >>