emlc generates two different c-files for the same supporting function when building two functions, how do you merge them?

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If I have two functions:
function y = fcn1 %#eml
A = [
8 1
3 5
4 9
y = pinv(A);
function y = fcn2 %#eml
A = [
y = pinv(A);
and build them
% build functions
emlc -c -T rtw:lib -report -d fcn1 fcn1.m
emlc -c -T rtw:lib -report -d fcn2 fcn2.m
I get two versions of svd.c. What is the best way to merge the resulting object files? I want to call these functions from the same code.

Accepted Answer

Fred Smith
Fred Smith on 22 Aug 2011
Hi Todd,
Just use this idiom emlc -c -T rtw:lib -report -d foo1 fcn1 fcn2
That will product a library with an entry point for fcn1 and fcn2 that shares all the common code like SVD used by both of them.
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Todd on 22 Aug 2011
Thanks, this works. (I should have looked more closely at the help file...) I get an error when it tries to compile the report, but the library builds and works as expected.

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Todd on 19 Aug 2011
I suppose I could build a library (.lib) for each function. Then I would have redundant object code, but at least I would have them all. Can I assume that generated supporting functions with the same name are functionally the same?


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