MatConsoleCtl is a Java API that allows calling MATLAB from Java. You can
feval, as well as
set variables. Interaction can be performed from either inside MATLAB or outside MATLAB (both by starting a new MATLAB or by connecting to an existing MATLAB).
MatlabProxyFactoryOptions.Builder builder = new MatlabProxyFactoryOptions.Builder(); // setup the factory // setCopyPasteCallback() connects to an existing MATLAB by copy-pasting a few lines into the command window // setUsePreviouslyControlledSession() starts a new MATLAB or connects to a previously started MATLAB without any user intervention MatlabProxyFactory factory = new MatlabProxyFactory(builder.build()); // get the proxy MatlabProxy proxy = factory.getProxy(); // do stuff over the proxy proxy.eval("disp('hello world!)") proxy.setVariable("a", 5.0); Object a = proxy.getVariable("a"); double actual = ((double) result); assert(actual == 5.0) // disconnect the proxy proxy.disconnect();
Contributions are welcome, see the contributing guide for development info.
MatConsoleCtl includes a demo GUI. Below is a script you can use to run the demo inside of MATLAB:
version = '4.6.0'; tempdir = 'matconsolectl_demo'; % make a directory to copy the jar into mkdir(tempdir); % download the jar URL = ['https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/diffplug/matsim/matconsolectl/' version '/matconsolectl-' version '.jar']; filename = [tempdir '/matconsolectl-' version '.jar']; websave(filename,URL); % add it to the path javaaddpath([pwd '\' filename]); % run it matlabcontrol.demo.DemoMain
You can also run the demo outside of MATLAB by downloading the jar, then running
java -jar matconsolectl-4.6.0.jar at a console.
MatConsoleCtl works on Win/Mac/Linux, MATLAB R2007b through R2016b, and it will continue to work so long as MATLAB maintains the Java MATLAB Interface.*
* On OS X 10.5, R2009a and earlier, you will need to do some hacking. matlabcontrol requires Java 6, and Apple only released 64-bit Java 6 for OS X 10.5, while MATLAB only released 32-bit MATLAB for R2009a and earlier. There are unofficial ways to run 32-bit Java 6 on OS X 10.5.
This is forked from the matlabcontrol project originally maintained on the now-defunct Google Code. The name was changed to ensure that we don't infringe the original project's license, but we did not change the package names, so this project is binary compatible with the original matlabcontrol. We are very thankful to Joshua Kaplan for creating matlabcontrol, but this fork is in no way associated with or endorsed by any authors of the original project.
- Formatted by spotless, as such.
- Bugs found by findbugs, as such.
- OSGi metadata generated by JRuyi's [osgibnd-gradle-plugin] (https://github.com/jruyi/osgibnd-gradle-plugin), which leverages Peter Kriens' bnd.
- Scripts in the
.cifolder are inspired by Ben Limmer's work.
- Built by gradle.
- Tested by junit.
- Maintained by DiffPlug.