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-===== How to compile MATLAB ​coooode ​into stand-alone executables?​ =====+===== How to compile MATLAB ​code into stand-alone executables?​ =====
  
 Using **[[:​reference:​qsubcellfun]]** and/or **[[:​reference:​qsubcompile]]** it is possible to compile your jobs prior to submitting them to the cluster batch queuing system. These compiled jobs do not require a MATLAB license for execution at run-time. The compilation itself (which is done once per batch) does require that you have a license for the [[http://​www.mathworks.com/​products/​compiler|MATLAB compiler]] on the computer from which you are submitting the jobs. Furthermore,​ it requires that the MCR is installed on the cluster worker nodes. Using **[[:​reference:​qsubcellfun]]** and/or **[[:​reference:​qsubcompile]]** it is possible to compile your jobs prior to submitting them to the cluster batch queuing system. These compiled jobs do not require a MATLAB license for execution at run-time. The compilation itself (which is done once per batch) does require that you have a license for the [[http://​www.mathworks.com/​products/​compiler|MATLAB compiler]] on the computer from which you are submitting the jobs. Furthermore,​ it requires that the MCR is installed on the cluster worker nodes.