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How can matlab coder be configured to generate only one c file?

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My problem is this: similarly, I can generate only one model.c and model.h file in simulink coder by setting the "File packaging format" to "compact". and model.h files, but if I don't use simulink coder, how can I generate only one c file/header file for my algorithm via Matlab coder app or command line control in this way? Thanks in advance
simlar issue:
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Update to clarify:
I mean actually generate only one ".c" and the corresponding ".h" file, not Instead of following the steps below, select "Generate all functions into a single file". Because this generates additional files, such as <name>_type.h, etc.
Using the MATLAB Coder App
  1. To open the Generate dialog box, on the Generate Code page, click the Generate arrow .
  2. Click More Settings.
  3. On the Code Appearance tab, set the Generated file partitioning method to Generate one file for each MATLAB file or Generate all functions into a single file.

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Denis Gurchenkov
Denis Gurchenkov on 11 Mar 2022
Edited: Denis Gurchenkov on 11 Mar 2022
Yes you can tell MATLAB Coder to generate a single file. Here is the doc page.
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cui,xingxing
cui,xingxing on 16 Mar 2022
Edited: cui,xingxing on 16 Mar 2022
Looking forward to the next version of matlab coder app supporting
interactive option.
cui,xingxing
cui,xingxing on 16 Sep 2022
Edited: cui,xingxing on 16 Sep 2022
Unfortunately I don't see this enhancement in the new version R2022b which has just been released. Personally I don't see a technical problem with this new feature, the simulink coder/embeded coder can generate the model as a separate .h and .cpp file. I wonder if matlab coder will be introduced with any importance in R2023a?
Reference
Amalgamate,A cross platform command line tool for producing an amalgamation of C or C++ sources.

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